Coheed and Cambria Reveal ‘Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness’ Tour
Coheed and Cambria are ready to take you back this spring. The band has announced a new tour in which they will revisit their third album, Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness."
The trek, titled "Neverender GAIBSIV," is set to launch on April 11 in Seattle, running through May 20 at the Rock on the Range Festival in Columbus, Ohio. The Dear Hunter will join Coheed on all of their non-festival dates.
The first of the two Good Apollo albums is considered by many to be the band's most progressive album. It features the singles "Welcome Home" and "The Suffering." Coheed have been known to revisit past studio albums in full while touring and this first edition of the Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV series, will now get a chance to shine onstage in its entirety.
In addition, singer Claudio Sanchez has announced his plan to release as 12-issue comic book for Good Apollo that will be part of his The Amory Wars series that is coming out this spring. The story loosely follows the subject matter of the album.
Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (Jan. 27) and fans can visit their website for more information. There is also a new instrumental Coheed video that has arrived with the announcement. Simply titled "So Run Little Children, Play," the piece features a young girl playing outdoors, but with a red tint and ominous clouds and rain factoring into the occasion. Watch the video above.
Coheed and Cambria / The Dear Hunter 2017 Tour Dates
04/11 -- Seattle, Wash.- The Showbox
04/13 -- Portland, Ore. -- Roseland Theater
04/14 -- Oakland, Calif. -- Fox Theater
04/15 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- Hollywood Palladium
04/18 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Observatory North Park
04/19 -- Tempe, Ariz. -- The Marquee
04/22 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- The Complex
04/22 -- Denver, Colo. -- Fillmore Auditorium
04/25 -- Austin, Texas -- Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater
04/26 -- Dallas, Texas -- House of Blues
04/27 -- Houston, Texas -- House of Blues
04/29 -- Jacksonville, Fla. -- Welcome to Rockville*
04/30 -- Saint Petersburg, Fla. -- Jannus Live
05/02 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Tabernacle
05/03 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- Marathon Music Works
05/05 -- New York, N.Y. -- Terminal 5
05/06 -- Silver Spring, Md. -- The Fillmore Silver Spring
05/07 -- Concord, N.C. -- Carolina Rebellion*
05/09 -- Boston, Mass. -- Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
05/10 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- The Fillmore
05/11 -- Royal Oak, Mich. -- Royal Oak Music Theatre
05/13 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- First Avenue
05/15 -- Saint Louis, Mo. -- The Pageant
05/16 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
05/18 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Stage AE – Indoor
05/19 -- Chicago, Ill. -- Aragon Ballroom
05/20 -- Columbus, Ohio -- Rock on the Range Festival*
*Festival show, No Neverender or The Dear Hunter