Coheed And Cambria - Year Of The Black Rainbow album download
|A3||Guns Of Summer|
|A4||Here We Are Juggernaut|
|B2||This Scattered Symphony|
|B3||World Of Lines|
|C1||Made Out Of Nothing (All That I Am)|
|C2||Pearl Of The Stars|
|D1||In The Flame Of Error|
|D2||When Skeletons Live|
|D3||The Black Rainbow|
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- Barcode: 4024572439392
|88697 52095 1||Coheed And Cambria||Year Of The Black Rainbow (2xLP, Album)||Columbia||88697 52095 1||US||2010|
|RR 7818-8||Coheed And Cambria||Year Of The Black Rainbow (CD, Album + DVD-V)||Roadrunner Records||RR 7818-8||Europe||2010|
|RR 7818-8||Coheed And Cambria||Year Of The Black Rainbow (CD, Album, Ltd + DVD, NTSC)||Roadrunner Records||RR 7818-8||Australia||2010|
|RR PROMO 1178||Coheed And Cambria||Year Of The Black Rainbow (CDr, Album, Promo)||Roadrunner Records||RR PROMO 1178||Europe||2010|
|RRCY-21362||Coheed And Cambria||Year Of The Black Rainbow (CD, Album, Promo)||Roadrunner Records||RRCY-21362||Japan||2010|
Year of the Black Rainbow is the fifth studio album by rock band Coheed and Cambria, released on April 13, 2010 through Columbia. The album is a prequel to the band's previous four concept albums, which comprise The Amory Wars narrative. Year of the Black Rainbow marks drummer Chris Pennie's only studio appearance. It is the last album to feature Michael Todd on bass.
Coheed And Cambria are always at their finest when they're being dramatic, and as such 'Year Of The Black Rainbow' is possibly their best record to date. 83. Still, bending the tonal and narrative demand of Amory-whose prequel is presented here-into an intricate, melodic, ultimately anthemic album couldn't have been a breeze, but Sanchez and crew have dovetailed their two massive ambitions into an effortless, seamless whole.
The album kicks off with the duo of The Broken and Guns of Summer which in their own ways display the new sides to the band. The Broken features the penchant Coheed still has for writing epic, off kilter metal songs. And that’s how much of the album progresses. Far is a dreamy electronic ballad that conquers its cheesiness by sublimely changing its tones, even if its goes on a bit too long still. This Shattered Symphony/World of Lines bring back some of that NWFT sound, but without all the stupid guitar solos and voice modulation.
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My answer was found in Year of the Black Rainbow, prequel to the tale of treachery and love that has been the basis of everything Coheed and Cambria since the band's inception in 1995. A truly epic track, it is the perfect end to the album and start to the tale of Coheed and Cambria. Lyrics - 8 A problem that most listeners and critics have with Coheed and Cambria are the lyrics. The story aspect of the band has always been a little unfriendly to the casual listener, but thankfully, Year of the Black Rainbow is the least "story-like" of all Coheed's albums. While the album still tells a tale, the lyrics could very well stand on their own.
2010 album from the American Alt-Rockers, their heavily anticipated fifth studio album. Year of the Black Rainbow provides the prequel to the band's four previous inter-related concept albums, which comprise The Amory Wars. The album was produced by Atticus Ross (Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction) and Joe Baressi (Queens of the Stone Age, Tool). The actual album is VERY different from their previous works. Coheed and Cambria seem to have taken a more melodic/electronic route through a lot of this CD. Now that is not to say that there is no awe inspiring musical skill, every song has instrumental work that is simply stunning but there is also a lot of atmosperic sounds from a girl just breathing to sounds that are reminicent of a machinery.
The band's fifth album, "Year of the Black Rainbow," is a collection of more extreme hard-rock arrangements that maintains the group's emphasis on catchy hooks. While the soaring chorus of "Made Out of Nothing" recalls the band's past singalong gems, the gritty speed metal of "The Broken" and sinister guitar line of first single "Here We Are Juggernaut" reach a new level of intensity for the group . But Coheed and Cambria still bring as much head-banging fun to the table as any veteran group.
Coheed and Cambria's fifth album pairs the band's affinity for complex storylines with tight, sticky hooks, making for a compact, prog-fuelled hard-rock supernova. Tentacle-like synths and spiderweb drums entangle on "Guns of Summer", while on "Here We Are Juggernaut", vocalist Claudio Sanchez wails conspiratorially over an avalanche of metallic riffs and seething keyboards