Coheed and Cambria stream new album

2013-02-04 by Kris. | 35 Comments
Prog rockers Coheed and Cambria are currently streaming their new album, The Afterman:
Descension
via Rolling Stone a full day ahead of its official release.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/coheed-and-cambria-the-afterman-descension-vol-2-album-premiere-20130204

Tagged: Coheed and Cambria

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HomerPimpson
February 4th 2013
251 Comments


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
2 3 4 5 6 7

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 4th 2013
51325 Comments


bland and no riffs

Kris.
February 4th 2013
12633 Comments


WE GET IT TREB YOU DONT LIKE IT

VermicideReloadead
February 4th 2013
1433 Comments


Cool, need to check this more properly.

NocteDominum
February 4th 2013
7205 Comments


yeah cause we all haven't been listening to it for weeks now

NoXoR
February 4th 2013
25 Comments


The people who don't like it comment first... classic sputnik elitism garbage.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 4th 2013
51325 Comments


You do realize being elite is a good thing right
Like when Joe Flacco said he was elite he wasn't self loathing ya know

lachis
February 4th 2013
240 Comments


I have no idea how I feel about this album.

NocteDominum
February 4th 2013
7205 Comments


If you sit on the fence you might fall off it.

Uranium
February 4th 2013
7389 Comments


i thought they just released one

BigTuna
February 4th 2013
5166 Comments


would you run down past the fence?

Digging: Haste the Day - Coward

lachis
February 4th 2013
240 Comments


listening to this as an album is way better than streaming individual songs on youtube like i was for all of last week. so far this is awesome.

Mabbitt
February 4th 2013
1391 Comments


I'm waiting to buy the actual album, don't wanna spoil it any more than I already have (i've heard like half the album already) but from what I can tell it's great.

i thought they just released one


It's a 2-part album

You do realize being elite is a good thing right


In some cases, yes. However, for music, I'd rather find something I like about a song than something I don't like. It just makes things easier

Ambassador
February 4th 2013
31 Comments


This album is amazing. Especially when you listen to both halves together. Easily the most diverse record they've made, and their best since Good Apollo.

Highlights: Sentry, Number City, 2's My Favorite 1

ButtsweatAndTears
February 4th 2013
340 Comments


Album sucks. Are they a pop band now or what. Also no riffs.

heyadam
February 4th 2013
1737 Comments


Gravity's Union is the best thing they've ever written.

Kris.
February 4th 2013
12633 Comments


that is very very false of you to say!

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
February 4th 2013
2110 Comments


I don't get the hate at all.

theshelfmaster
February 4th 2013
221 Comments


the afterman > good apollo sry

theshelfmaster
February 4th 2013
221 Comments


"are they a pop band now"

they always have been

Kris.
February 4th 2013
12633 Comments


LOL YEAH OKAY SHELFMASTER

ConcubinaryCode
February 5th 2013
2386 Comments


A full day?! Wow whee
Album is alright though.

figure337
February 5th 2013
472 Comments


It lacks all of their best qualities...riffs and jams.

foxxxythnksustnk
February 5th 2013
2132 Comments


afterman: completion is best c&c since ga1

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
February 5th 2013
2110 Comments


No, they've always been a pop band. Second Stage, Keeping Secrets, GA1... GA2 and YOTBR deviated from the pop influence, but it's back.

Oceanus
February 5th 2013
877 Comments


Album is pretty good. 2's My Favorite 1 boasts "worst song title in recent history" but is actually a pretty good song. Maybe the songs aren't quite as memorable as Afterman 1 or earlier Coheed efforts, but the best tracks from each of the Afterman makes one hell of a strong effort -- best since GA1 certainly. And for those who don't think Coheed has always been poppy, see *most of GA1*.

NonApplicable
February 5th 2013
2071 Comments


They should have stuck a heavier song near the end. The last 4 songs are good, but lack the energy of
tracks 2-5.

Digging: Hawk Eyes - Everything Is Fine

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 5th 2013
3619 Comments


I never listened to these guys, but heard a lot of great things about them. I just downloaded this record. I only heard The Afterman, the music is cool and those vocals are haunting.

Digging: Blur - The Magic Whip

NonApplicable
February 5th 2013
2071 Comments


those vocals are haunting.

It's amazing how far the vocals have come. They were so awful and gimmicky on early releases.


insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 5th 2013
3619 Comments


I keep going back to that song for two days now, it got stuck in my head. I'm starting to listen to Descension now.

Ire
February 5th 2013
41851 Comments


lol Claudio sounds so bored on the last two blah albums they put out

dbark923
February 5th 2013
18 Comments


2's my favorite 1 may be the most perfect ending to any of their albums, and that's saying a lot.

paxman
February 5th 2013
4084 Comments


I can't make sense of these comments with 2 and 1

paxman
February 5th 2013
4084 Comments


Oh never mind it's the name of the song

Skoj
February 5th 2013
1461 Comments


This is cool. Thank you based Coheed.

Digging: Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear



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