Coheed and Cambria release teaser from upcoming double concept

Following the announcement of Coheed and Cambria’s upcoming double concept album The Afterman, which will be a split release with the first instalment The Afterman: Ascension to be released on Oct 8th via V2/Everything Evil, the band today launched the teaser for the first video clip from the album.


The teaser for Domino The Destitute went live this morning on YouTube and offers a tantalizing taste of what this dark cinematic eight minute epic clip has in store for fans of the band. The full version of the video will make its debut on Tuesday August 28th. The band also previewed the stunning artwork for the album this week on their website, which can be viewed at the bottom.


Modern progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria’s upcoming sixth studio album will be released in two separate full-length volumes. The first volume, The Afterman: Ascension, will be available on both physical and digital platforms October 8, 2012 via V2 Recordings/Everything Evilandthe second volume, The Afterman: Descension is slated for release in February 2013.


The band also recently confirmed a handful of intimate U.S. club shows leading up to the release of Afterman, with a UK tour in Novemberof this year which follows Coheed and Cambria’s Main Stage performances at Reading and Leeds this weekend.





24th August – Reading Festival
25th August – Leeds Festival

07th November – London Koko – NEW SHOW ADDED
08th November – London – Koko  (SOLD OUT)
09th November – Glasgow – ABC
11th November – Birmingham – Academy
12th November – Manchester – Ritz Ballroom

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