COHEED AND CAMBRIA Announces Inaugural Cruise With Special Guests TAKING BACK SUNDAY

COHEED AND CAMBRIA Announces Inaugural Cruise With Special Guests TAKING BACK SUNDAY

Progressive rock icons COHEED AND CAMBRIA continue to create new career benchmarks for themselves. This is showcased in their recent partnership with Sixthman to create an immersive festival at sea that brings their audience closer than ever before in their 19-year history. The band plans to perform early songs and deep cuts that can rarely be heard, as well as bring their sci-fi concept, "The Amory Wars", to life in several on-board installations. The band will also interact with fans in question-and-answer sessions and other scenarios. Joining COHEED on this fantastic voyage are TAKING BACK SUNDAY, THE DEAR HUNTER, POLYPHIA, CULTURE ABUSE and others. More artists and activities will be added in the near future. The S.S. Neverender sets sail aboard the Norwegian Pearl on October 26-30, 2020 from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas.

"We're always trying to find ways to improve the fan experience," explains COHEED guitarist Travis Stever. "Our fans like to travel, they like to meet other fans, we're like a big family. So the idea of a cruise seemed like a way to allow a bunch of us to just go on vacation together."

Fans are encouraged to join the cruise pre-sale for early access. Fans who bought the band's most recent box set, "The Unheavenly Creatures", will be given priority. Low deposits of $150 and flexible payment-plans that feature zero interest rates are available.

COHEED AND CAMBRIA recently canceled its remaining 2019 tour dates in order to allow drummer Josh Eppard time to recover in full from a heart operation.

COHEED AND CAMBRIA's latest album, "The Unheavenly Creatures", was released last year. The 78-minute disc debuted in the Top 15 of the Billboard 200 chart.

Comprised of Eppard, Stever, Claudio Sanchez (vocals / guitar), and Zach Cooper (bass), COHEED AND CAMBRIA has gripped listeners and press around the globe with its visionary compositions and conceptual mastery.


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