Roadrunner Records group Coheed and Cambria have unveiled “Old Flames,” the fourth new track to be released from their highly anticipated LP, THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES. “Old Flames,” a swinging pop-rock anthem with barreling piano and sonic nods to the Fifties, is streaming today on the band’s official YouTube channel and on all Digital Service Providers. Coheed and Cambria’s long-awaited new LP, THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES, arrives worldwide on Friday, October 5th.

Coheed and Cambria kick off a headline UK tour this October, with Californian progressive group, Chon, as special guests. Tickets are on sale now and VIP packages can be purchased at
UK dates for The Unheavenly Tour are as follows:
Tue 9th Oct – CARDIFF Y-Plas
Wed 10th Oct – GLASGOW ABC
Fri 12th Oct – NEWCASTLE O2 Academy
Sat 13th Oct – MANCHESTER Academy
Sun 14th Oct – BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
Tue 16th Oct – LONDON Roundhouse
THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES is available for pre-order HERE, with all orders receiving instant grat downloads of “Old Flames” alongside the recently released new tracks, “The Gutter”, “Unheavenly Creatures”, and “The Dark Sentencer.”
Furthermore, Coheed and Cambria is partnering with New York Comic Con to celebrate “The Unheavenly Creatures” release with an intimate performance at Times Square’s legendary Hard Rock Cafe next week during the annual massively popular convention on October 5th. Tickets will be offered for sale today first to NYCC badge holders, and a small amount will be held for fans of the band. The band will also do signings at the convention.
Pre-orders are nearly sold out for the deeply immersive VAXIS – ACT I: THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES – LIMITED EDITION DELUXE BOX SET, which includes an exclusive 88-page hardcover illustrated sci-fi novel with strikingly realistic colour imagery by Chase Stone, as well as the complete Act 1 novella written by frontman Claudio Sanchez and his wife, Chondra Echert. The box set also houses a fully wearable hard-plastic mask of the main character in THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES, a CD of the album, as well as the exclusive bonus album, The Crown Heights Demos, showing the songs in their original written form. Additional items include a three-panel fold-out poster of expanded album cover art and the Unheavenly Creatures Black Card which will allow all card holders early access to tickets and early entry to Coheed and Cambria headline dates. For more information on VAXIS – ACT I: THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES – LIMITED EDITION DELUXE BOX SET, please visit
Boasting 15 songs over 78 minutes, THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES marks Coheed and Cambria’s furious return to concept albums, the ‘First Act’ in a brand-new story arc set within the backdrop of The Amory Wars universe. The LP was heralded earlier this summer with the arrival of its title track, “Unheavenly Creatures,” joined by an official music video, directed by P.R. Brown. “Unheavenly Creatures” takes viewers inside the story’s opening chapters where two captured criminals (Creature and Colossus) being walked through a ship on their way towards judgement for crimes committed against society, and perhaps, one another. The video premiered via an exclusive interview with Sanchez at; Sanchez also joined Marvel’s weekly podcast, “This Week In Marvel,” for an extended discussion of THE UNHEAVENLY CREATURES and much more.
Coheed and Cambria made their long-awaited return this spring with the arrival of “The Dark Sentencer,” the first new music to be released by the band since their acclaimed 2015 LP, The Color Before The Sun. Leaked to fans by Sanchez along with the opening paragraphs from the album’s aforementioned novella, the 10-minute prog manifesto made global impact with Revolver declaring, “The soaring song with its rolling guitar riff could soundtrack the montage to any intergalactic underdog story.
Comprised of Claudio Sanchez (Vocals / Guitar), Travis Stever (Guitar), Josh Eppard (Drums), and Zach Cooper (Bass), Coheed and Cambria has gripped listeners and media with their visionary compositions and conceptual mastery.
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