Rock 105 Presents: “The Great Destroyer Tour”

Coheed and Cambria

with Sheer Mag
$35.00 - $85.00
18
18+

About This Event

This event is 18+ however minors are permitted w/ parent or legal guardian.
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Coheed and Cambria expects everyone entering the building to be vaccinated/boosted within 6 months of show date or to have a negative PCR test within 72 hours. 
 

“The Great Destroyer Tour" VIP Packages 

VIP1 - “MAGE” VIP Package   

  • 1 General Admission Ticket
  • Q&A Session with full band (20 mins)  
  • Pro Group Photo With Full Band (Appx 10 guests  per pic)  
  • 1 song Acoustic Performance from Coheed  members  
  • Early Entry - 1 hour before doors  
  • Signed MAGES VIP Laminate  
  • Mages VIP Lanyard  
  • Early access to artist merchandise   

VIP2 - “PRISE” VIP Package  

  • 1 General Admission Ticket
  • Early Entry - 30 mins before doors  
  • PRISE VIP laminate  
  • 1 song exclusive performance from Coheed  members   
  • Early access to artist merchandise 

Artist Info

Coheed and Cambria

It’s been over two years since Coheed and Cambria’s 2015 album, The Color Before the Sun, was released as the band’s first “non-concept” album over the span of their 15-year career. The album left the sci-fi universe of “The Amory Wars” and instead focused on frontman Claudio Sanchez’s personal life, including the birth of his first child. With 2018 upon us, and a major summer tour now announced, the volume of fans’ chatter for a new album and whether or not it will return to the band’s fictional concept arc will surely reach new heights.

Coheed and Cambria is a rare band whose music is able to transcend “scenes” and effortlessly cross genres of rock - from indie to progressive, to metal and pop-punk to classic rock. The band is frequently compared to progressive, operatic rock bands of the ‘70s, ala Queen, Supertramp or Rush due to their thrilling concept albums that take you on a grand journey of sounds and often clock-in around 10 mins, but still somehow include sugary pop-laden hooks.

The group’s following has grown steadily every album, partly due to their ferocious live show that brings fans to their knees with an equally expansive light show. This summer, the band will be performing songs from their expansive catalog, and we can only imagine they'll pull a few new tricks from up their sleeves.

Sheer Mag
Sheer Mag return with their sophomore album, A Distant Call. They’re still writing about surviving our current hellscape, but this time around, the politics get extra-personal. The album verges on being a concept piece, and the protagonist resembles frontwoman, Tina Halladay herself. The songs document a particularly alienating time in her life when she was laid off from a job. Broke and newly single, her father passed away, leaving her with more wounds than felt possible to heal.

It’s heavy power-pop so sleek it gleams. “We’ve been waiting to write these songs since we started the band and we were able to take these experiences and build a story out of them,” Halladay says. A Distant Call makes an argument for socialism on an anecdotal level. We’re talking about how late capitalism alienates and commodifies whatever is in its path without using the term ‘late capitalism.’” Palmer and Halladay’s new approach to lyricism extended to the recording process, too. Once the Seely brothers had laid down the tracks, Halladay recorded vocals with producer Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Code Orange).

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