Coheed and Cambria & Between The Buried and Me Announce 2013 North American Tour

Coheed and Cambria have recently announced a North American Tour with Between The Buried and Me. The tour, which treks across the U.S. and Canada in February-March 2013, will feature support from Russian Circles. Coheed and Cambria will be touring in support of their latest album, The Aftermath: Ascension. The album, released on October 9, hit #5 on the Billboard Top 200. It is the first installment of a two-part concept effort from the band The album follows the The Amory Wars storyline, and concentrates on the character Sirius Amory. The Amory Wars is a comic book series written by Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez. Part Deux, titled The Aftermath: Decension, will follow on February 5, 2013, one day after the tour commences. The band’s previous album, Year of The Black Rainbow, also hit #5 on the Billboard Top 200.

Between The Buried and Me will be embarking on their first North American tour since the release of their latest album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence, on Metal Blade Records. Much like Coheed and Cambria’s latest release (except one step ahead), the album is a continuation of their previous EP, The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues. In the last few years, the band has toured with the likes of MastodonKillswitch EngageProtest The HeroAugust Burns RedThe Black Dahlia Murder, Lamb of God, and more. In the decade since their first self-titled release, Between The Buried and Me have become a force to be reckoned with in the metal world. – by Matt Bishop

 Coheed and Cambria & Between The Buried and Me with Russian Circles
2013 North American Tour 

Feb. 4                    Washington, DC              9:30 Club
Feb. 5                    Washington, DC              9:30 Club
Feb. 7                    Pittsburgh, PA                   Stage AE
Feb. 8                    Detroit, MI                          The Fillmore
Feb. 9                    Chicago, IL                       Congress Theatre
Feb. 10                 Minneapolis, MN              First Avenue
Feb. 12                 Des Moines, IA                 Val Air Ballroom
Feb. 14                 Denver, CO                        Ogden Theatre
Feb. 15                 Salt Lake City, UT             SaltAir
Feb. 17                 Portland, OR                     Roseland Theater
Feb. 18                 Vancouver, BC                  Vogue Theatre
Feb. 19                 Seattle, WA                       Showbox SoDo
Feb. 21                 San Francisco, CA          Warfield Theater
Feb. 22                 Los Angeles, CA              The Wiltern
Feb. 25                 San Diego, CA                 House of Blues
Feb. 26                 Tempe, AZ                         The Marquee
Feb. 27                 Albuquerque, NM             Sunshine Theatre
Mar. 1                   Austin, TX.                          Stubb’s Waller Creek Outdoor Amphitheater
Mar. 2                   Houston, TX                       Bayou Music Center
Mar. 3                   Dallas, TX                          Palladium Ballroom
Mar. 5                   Atlanta, GA                         The Tabernacle
Mar. 6                   St. Petersburg, FL            Jannus Live
Mar. 7                   Lake Buena Vista, FL      House of Blues
Mar. 8                   Miami, FL                           The Fillmore
Mar. 10                 Charlotte, NC                    The Fillmore
Mar. 11                 Philadelphia, PA               Electric Factory
Mar. 14                 Boston, MA                        House of Blues
Mar. 16                 New York, NY                    Radio City Music Hall

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