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  • Coheed and Cambria "Domino the Destitute" Song Review – 5 out of 5 stars

    Wed, 29 Aug 2012 08:30:47

    Coheed and Cambria "Domino the Destitute" Song Review – 5 out of 5 stars - By ARTISTdirect.com editor in chief Rick Florino...

    Coheed and Cambria Photos

    • Coheed and Cambria - READING, ENGLAND - AUGUST 24:  Fans soak up the atmopshere as Coheed and Cambria perform live on the Main Stage during Day One of Reading Festival 2012 at Richfield Avenue on August 24, 2012 in Reading, England.
    • Coheed and Cambria - READING, ENGLAND - AUGUST 24: Fans soak up the atmopshere as Coheed and Cambria perform live on the Main Stage during Day One of Reading Festival 2012 at Richfield Avenue on August 24, 2012 in Reading, England.
    • Coheed and Cambria - READING, ENGLAND - AUGUST 24:  A fan soaks up the atmopshere as Coheed and Cambria perform live on the Main Stage during Day One of Reading Festival 2012 at Richfield Avenue on August 24, 2012 in Reading, England.

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    How is it that Coheed and Cambria keep getting better with every song they release?

    While most of their contemporaries stagnate, the modern progressive alternative maestros continue to challenge not only themselves but modern rock 'n' roll at large. "Domino the Destitute", the first single from the group's forthcoming The Afterman: Ascension [October 9], traverses an intriguing, introspective, and infectious soundscape. Guitarist and vocalist Claudio Sanchez and guitarist Travis Stever weave together impressive, invigorating riffage with just the right amount of calculated shredding in between. Josh Eppard's drums envelope the track's inherent madness with impeccable precision, while Zach Cooper's bass haunts and hits. Sanchez tells a captivating little tale culminating on the final affirmation, "We are together".

    The guitars wind in and out with fascinating bravado and technicality as Sanchez's voice careens in tandem with a similar level of dynamic. The sheer talent of this band remains nothing short of staggering, and like the rock divinities they are, they aren't content to rest on their laurels.

    The album's bound to be another classic from Coheed and Cambria. For now, follow "Domino the Destitute" and his warped, wonderful journey.

    Rick Florino
    08.29.12


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