American rockers coming to region
PROGRESIVE-rock band Coheed And Cambria have sold out a date in Norwich, it emerged today.Supported by Fightstar - fronted by ex-Busted heartthrob by Charlie Simpson from Woodbridge - the popular four-strong group are set to pack the Large Common Room (LCR) venue at the UEA on Thursday .
PROGRESIVE-rock band Coheed And Cambria have sold out a date in Norwich, it emerged today.
Supported by Fightstar - fronted by ex-Busted heartthrob by Charlie Simpson from Woodbridge - the popular four-strong group are set to pack the Large Common Room (LCR) venue at the UEA on Thursday .
Originally from New Jersey the band, who has just released their album No World For Tomorrow - will be joined by pop-punk heroes Madina Lake, Fightstar and Circa Survive.
In a recent magazine article the band's vocalist Claudio Sanchez said: “We are very excited. The UK has always been very good to us.
“We've come over a few times and, like in the States, the audience has kind of progressed and grown, so I have high hopes.
“I am looking forward to playing the new material too. We've been playing what we've got for so long now, and also with the new line-up it's nice to visit some of the older songs that we haven't played in a while, and those songs will appear new to us.
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“Right now, it's a great time to be in Coheed And Cambria and everybody's very positive and excited.”
Charlie, who studied at Framlingham College before finding fame in Busted, said: “I think it's going to be really good fun. I am a big fan of Coheed - I'm really pleased with the line-up.
“Hopefully these shows will open us up to a new audience too - and we get to play Brixton - that's a massive thing for me because I have always wanted to play there. I'm so excited about it.”
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