Coheed And Cambria performed at the House of Blues Orlando on March 7, 2013. It was yet another sold-out show which seems to be the common thing with Coheed And Cambria on their current tour. The entire show was similar to participating in a soundtrack production due to their unique style of music as it tells a story of their current animation series.
The set started with lead singer, Claudio Sanchez, coming out and performing with a ukulele. The stage was decorated with several white mannequins in clear enclosures on each side of the stage with a large diamond-shaped set of neon lights. Fog rolled across the stage with phenomenal lighting which can rarely be found these days. Not only did the songs tell a story but their lighting helped create a feeling that one in the crowd was a part of the story.
Coheed and Cambria are an New York American rock band that formed in 1995. All of Coheed and Cambria's albums are unique in a way that tell a fictional story called The Amory Wars which are written by lead singer Claudio Sanchez. The albums have been transcribed into a series of comic books as well as a full length novel. The band has released six studio albums, three live albums, and special edition releases.
Coheed and Cambria's latest release, The Afterman: Descension, was released on February 5, 2013. It was produced by Coheed and Cambria, Michael Birnbaum, and Chris Bittner. The Aftermath tells the story of Sirius Amory as he explores the energy source holding together the Keywork (the 78 worlds in which the Amory Wars is set) and finds that it is an afterlife for departed souls.