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Coheed and Cambria & Mastodon: The Unheavenly Skye Tour
Coheed and Cambria
- Their hard-to-define sound: Crushing metal riffs, sugary pop-punk choruses, adventurous song structures—any of these are fair game to Coheed and Cambria, who’ve drawn comparisons to prog-rock bands such as Rush and Supertramp.
- Their sci-fi universe: Most of their releases—excluding 2015’s The Color Before the Sun—are concept albums based on The Amory Wars, a science-fiction story penned by lead singer Claudio Sanchez.
- Their latest: In 2018, the band added another installment to The Amory Wars saga with the release of The Unheavenly Creatures, the first act of a brand-new story arc.
- “Old Flames”: The official music video for the single was directed by Charles “Chas” Todd and features choreography from Broadway star Jon Rua, who’s known for his roles in the Tony Award–nominated Spongebob Squarepants and Tony Award–winning Hamilton.
- The experimental sound: This Grammy Award-winning band from Atlanta, Georgia is known for toggling between breakneck speeds and stoner-rock passages sludgier than an oil slick strained though a coffee filter.
- Their high-concept lyrics The progressive-metal quartet of Troy Sanders (bass/vocals), Brent Hinds (guitar/vocals), Bill Kelliher (guitar), and Brann Dailor (drums/vocals) creates a unique style of music focusing on lyrical concepts with fantasy themes and literary references.
- Their albums: In 2018, the band released its eighth studio album, Emperor of Sand, which was their fourth consecutive album to land within the top ten on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Since forming in 2000, they have released, Remission in 2002, Leviathan in 2004, Blood Mountain in 2006, Crack the Skye 2009, The Hunter in 2011, and Once More ‘Round The Sun in 2014.
- Their acclaim: Their 2018 single “Sultan’s Curse” won a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance, and Rolling Stone described Mastodon as “the greatest metal band of their generation—no one else comes close.”
- What to expect: The band will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of 2009’s critically acclaimed Crack the Skye by performing the album in its entirety.
- Every Time I Die: These hardcore heroes from Buffalo, New York rile up the pit with an unrelenting sound that mixes Southern-rock guitars with devastating hardcore breakdowns, as exhibited on their eighth album, 2016’s Low Teens.
The Fine Print