The prog-rock heroes have released a sequel to the pop idol’s smash ’80s hit.
A star-studded and socially distant rendition of the Rush classic courtesy of Two Minutes to Late Night.
Taking Back Sunday, Circle Jerks, L7, Lupe Fiasco, Gogol Bordello, and more also set to play the Chicago festival next year.
Because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Coheed will play 2007’s No World for Tomorrow in its entirety.
Taking Back Sunday, The Dear Hunter, and Culture Abuse are also taking part in the voyage.
As a result, Coheed and Cambia have canceled the remainder of their upcoming tour dates.
The 26-date outing, with support from Every Time I Die, kicks off May 28th.
The progressive rock band will be out in support of their new album, The Unheavenly Creatures.
We were all trolled by the Coheed and Cambria singer.
The singer’s long mane is gone, replaced by a new short hairdo.
Huge, hooky, and emotional, it’s the prog-rock outfit’s best record in more than a decade.