Coheed and Cambria have recently released the second single, “Here to Mars,” from upcoming The Color Before the Sun. The album will be the first to exist outside the sci-fi concept of the band as a whole and is scheduled to drop Oct. 16. Vocalist Claudio Sanchez spoke about the single:

“My wife has helped pull me from the throes of an identity crisis. While I can barely comprehend the distance of our planetary neighbor, let alone the ever expanding universe, my love for her knows no distance.”

The band will be on tour through November making runs with Glassjaw and Cursive, among others.

  • September 11 Chicago, IL, Riot Fest
  • September 12 Buffalo, NY, Edgefest
  • September 13 Sterling Heights, MI, Chill on the Hill
  • September 19 Toronto, ON, Riot Fest
  • October 11 Asbury Park, NJ, Stone Pony Summerstage *
  • October 13 Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s **
  • October 14 St. Louis, MO, The Pageant **
  • October 17 Wichita, KS, The Cotillion **
  • October 18 Sioux Falls, SD, The District **
  • October 20 Park City, UT, Park City Live ****
  • October 22 Portland, OR, Roseland Ballroom ***
  • October 23 Seattle, WA, Showbox Sodo ***
  • October 25 Sacramento, CA, Aftershock Festival
  • October 27 Ventura, CA, Ventura Theater ****
  • October 29 San Diego, CA, Observatory North Park ****
  • October 31 Phoenix, AZ, Monster Mash Music Festival
  • November 1 El Paso, TX, Tricky Falls ****
  • November 6 Austin, TX, Fun Fun Fun Fest

* – w/Glassjaw & Thank You Scientist
** – w/Cursive & Thank You Scientist
*** – w/Knapsack and Thank You Scientist
**** – w/Thank You Scientist and Silver Snakes

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