Coheed and Cambria This power-house American prog-rock band Coheed and Cambria performed their 2005 smash-album, “Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness” in its entirety at KOKO, London on an absolutely sweltering Monday night as part of their “The NEVERENDER GAIBSIV” tour. To see a band, play an entire album from start to finish is a unique experience and a first for me. The second night of two London dates was attended by a lot of clearly obsessively dedicated fans which nearly packed out the 1500 capacity venue.


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Twin Atlantic It's a Friday gig at the 02 Academy 2 Birmingham, so it's an unusually early start to see a bunch of new rock kids on the block. Back after a pretty successful few months, to round of their year, it's time to bounce along with Twin Atlantic.


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Feeder FEEDER return after a triumphant summer which saw the release of the harder edged sounding album ‘Renegades’ and perform throughout the UK at festivals as varied as Sonisphere, V Festival, headlining Wakestock, Belladrum and The Big Weekend in Cardiff as well as six city tour of Japan. They have also just announced further dates for 2011 which include a headline show at the Roundhouse in London.


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