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No World for Tomorrow

Coheed and Cambria

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The fourth album by Coheed and Cambria may win a number of titles including Longest Continuing Storyline (four albums’ worth), and perhaps Biggest Cajones for continuing in their unabashedly un-hip career path as prog-metal revivalists, sounding much like Rush, Queensryche, and even Thin Lizzy at times. These guys clearly possess tons of chutzpa, hair to match (seriously, if you’ve never seen guitarist/vocalist’s Claudio Sanchez’s hair on a live stage, seek out a video clip), and pure rock’n’roll blood in their veins. Fans of metal and emo-core rightly consider C&C to rule the heap of the less commercial brand of the genre, as the band continues to stretch out and try new things on every release. In what may be the final installment in the their sci-fi libretto about a couple, Coheed and Cambria, raising their children in an apocalyptic world (soccer games and homework are not, it’s safe to say, themes of the day), there is more a feel of the street than of the theater, and Sanchez’ vocals safely reach just outside the range dominated for so long by Geddy Lee.  The title track slips into a majestic pace, showcasing thrilling vocals and some truly compelling guitar bits, while “The Hound (of Blood and Rank)” feels especially new and inspired. This is Jack Black turf, but done with the purest of intention and deepest passion. If rock theatrics are not your thing, click your “back” button now.

Customer Reviews

Like nothing you have ever heard before...

Coheed has never failed to impress me with each new release. I have always loved their progressive sound. This album, once again, does not dissappoint. After just one listen I was instantly hooked. Every track is amazing and could be a #1 hit by itself. so here's my track rating The Reaping: Very 'Always & Never' Like, but no giggling children in the background. With the first note Claudio sings, you can tell his voice has greatly improved. Unfortunately, it’s a little short. But none the less, a great track [9/10] No World For Tomorrow: After The Reaping we are thrown face first into the amazing song that is No World For Tomorrow. This song starts off loud and in your face with a wicked guitar riff as Claudio belts out the first word of the song. This song will send a shiver down your spine its so good. The energy in the chorus and near the end is beyond words. amazing [10/10] The Hound (Of Blood and Rank): Starts out quiet with a quiet pulsing synthesizer and a sweet little guitar riff played echoing into nothing but is quickly joined with loud palm muted guitars and Claudio's amazing vocals again. Some cool little ooh ooh ooh's during the chorus, and a wicked awesome solo. [9/10] Feathers: I get the feeling this song will be one of the most underrated songs on this album. For me, its one of my favorites. Its like a perfect mix of The Suffering, Blood Red Summer, and nothing coheed has ever done before. I dont know how else to describe it other then it is beautiful and you will never be able to get out of your head [10/10] The Running Free: We all know this song, but I just wanted to say I feared that when the album came out, it would lose some of its luster.. but in my opinion, it can hold its own :). [9/10] Mother Superior: Now if you ever wanted a song where Claudio's vocals shine like nothing you could ever imagine.. Mother superior is that song. For those that heard the acoustic version, this one is a lot like it.. but on steroids...no.. speed...no crack... i dono. its hopped up on all sorts of drugs. This song is amazing beyond words. Listen to it. Now. [10/10] Gravemakers & Gunslingers: This song is such a BAMF it will kick you in the groin and laugh about it in your face. This song is very fast paced and has some amazing guitar work. There really isnt much you can say about this song other then the guitar work will melt your face off with a fury you never imagined. the only downfall I feel to this song is the girl singers. In my opinion they just seem out of place in contrast with Claudio's voice. [8.5/10] Justice In Murder: Another one of the more guitar driven songs on the album. It seems a little slow compared to the other songs, but has a chorus that you will be humming for days on end. Not one of my FAVORITE songs yet, but I DO find with every listen it seems to grow on my a little more. [8/10] THE END COMPLETE I - The Fall of House Atlantic: Instrumental. But just from listening to it you KNOW the next few songs are gonna be good II - Radio Bye Bye: This song seems like they forgot to put it on their last album. It really reminds me of 'Mother May I' during the chorus because it is really loud and draws you in. That is one of the things I love most about it. The Verses remind me of ‘The Writing Writer' At about the 3 minute mark there is an accapella 'ba ba dot doo oh oh'ish type breakdown that reminds me of the end of The P.F.I’s 'Who watches the watchmen' which i love. pretty much this song reminds me of a lot of other songs, but at the same time is completely original by itself. [9/10] III - The End Complete: To sum this song up, it is almost too epic for its own good. but not quite ;) this song starts out quietly with a quick buildup to palm muted guitars for a while while some heavy drums kick in. Once again Claudio's vocals shine through this song. The verses are pretty straightforward but at the same time are crazy good... and then the chorus shows up. The Chorus of this song is different then any other coheed song I have heard. Its a new sound, but it fits the song perfectly. You can just feel the weight of the story on this song. It has a huge sound and really hits you hard. The bridge has that scream that i have been missing since IKSSE:3 . The bridge is so epic it screams at you with crazy energy. Sounds a little like 'Al The Killer'. The outro is epic and ends quietly much like 2113 did with 'Iro-bot' just Claudio and his guitar.. Beautiful [10/10] IV - The Road and the Damned: This song is by far the most emotional song Coheed has ever come out with. It has a VERY different sound then any of their other songs, and you will have to actually hear it to understand that, but by golly is it a good song. I can't help but find myself singing it at random. its a pretty short song, but the lyrics and Claudios voice will pull at your heart and bring a tear to your eye for sure. An absolutely Beautiful song. I highly recommend it [10/10] V - On The Brink - Before this album came out, I always wondered how Claud would finish this epic saga. Nothing I could think of seemed that it would really fit. How do you finish a masterpiece like this? I guess only a true mastermind can know that. Because like a true mastermind, he did it. I dont think I can even bring myself to describe the emotions behind this song. It is by far the best way this album could have ended. It toys with you climaxing and falling and climaxing again before EXPLODING in a crazy fury with wailing and screaming. and then suddenly it is quiet again. It seems like its all over and then out of your speakers comes a familiar tune. This song is also a lot different as they use a bunch of new instruments you would not expect to hear in an epic end song, but it fits more perfectly then i can describe. This song gives me chills every time I listen to it. And the lyrics always stirr up emotions when i hear them. And once again.. Claudio sounds like a God when he sings it. [10/10] Quick summary: EPIC

This is the way the world ends

With No World for Tomorrow, the saga of Coheed and Cambria comes to an end. While the End Complete is hypnotically peaceful at times, long time fans will be glad to know that this album has some of the best rock tracks Coheed has ever produced (The Hound, Gravemakers & Gunslingers). In addition, long time fans such as myself will probably be stoked to hear that there are tracks on this record that sound more like Second Stage Turbine Blade, yet still contain the technical musicianship that made From Fear Through The Eyes of Madness such a great album. Coheed has certainly hit the sweet spot with this record. Regardless of whether you are a fan of the new stuff or the old stuff, make sure to pick up this album and see what Claudio and the boys have in store for you.

The Greatest Album Since... Well... Their Last Album

Co&Ca just keeps getting better. I don't know how every new song I hear can continue to be just a little bit better than the last! Be sure to check out "Mother Superior" & "Raidio Bye Bye" with Cladio's instrament of a voice. And if you are ready to rock classic Co&Ca style with catchy hooks and soul melting guitar solos "Gravemakers & Gunslingers" & the title track "No World For Tomorrow" are the place to start... But honestly... if you are just going to buy a track or two, DON'T! Get the WHOLE ALBUM! This Record is MONEY!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Nyack, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although originally forming as a rock trio in 1995, New York's Coheed and Cambria officially took root in 2001, shedding their former name of Shabutie and embracing a fusion of progressive rock, emocore, and highly conceptual album themes. Vocalist/guitarist Claudio Sanchez, guitarist Travis Stever, bassist Michael Todd, and drummer Joshua Eppard issued their group's full-length debut, 2002's The Second Stage Turbine Blade, on the Albany-based Equal Vision Records. The band toured extensively for...
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