It’s all acoustic and not theatrical for Coheed and Cambria on the prog rockers’ cover of the KISS classic “Love Gun.” The band’s understated take on the suggestive ’70s rock hit emerged in a video performance on Wednesday (April 20).
Not that the cover of the quartet led by Claudio Sanchez is inferior. Because that’s really great — but as a listener, when you see something that says, Coheed and Cambria cover Love Gun by KISSwell… let’s just say there were visions of a Paul Stanley-inspired gaudy space opera dancing in our heads.
Watch the video at the bottom of this article.
After all, with Coheed and Cambria, you’re talking about the same band that made prog-emo themed albums like Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume One: Fear Through the Eyes of Madness (2005) and The second stage turbine blade (2002). Be a player, place the bet.
Next month Coheed and Cambria will be released Vaxis – Act II: A Window of the Awakened Mindsequel to 2018 Vaxis – Act I: Evil Creatures. So is it too much to ask for a KISS-style stage make-up to tackle the 1977 gun of love title track? I’m joking of course !
The outfit has crafted their live KISS coverage during recent tours. Get more information about A window to the awakened mindthe second part of their new five-part story arc “Vaxis” among their “Armory Wars” in the world, on the album’s pre-order page.
Coheed will embark on “The Window of a Waking Mind” tour across North America this summer with support from Dance Gavin Dance and Mothica. See the dates under the video.
Coheed and Cambria, “Love Gun” (KISS cover)
Coheed and Cambria, Dance Gavin Dance + Mothica Summer 2022 North American Tour Dates
July 12 – Miami, Florida @ Bayfront Park
July 13 – Tampa, Fa. @ MidFlorida Amp.
July 15 – Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall
July 16 – New Braunfels, TX @ Whitewater Amp.
July 17 – Irving, TX @ Music Factory
July 19 – Atlanta, Georgia @ The Roxy
July 23 – Nashville, Tennessee @ Municipal Auditorium
July 24 – Charlotte, NC @ Metro Amphitheater
July 26 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem
July 27 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ Liacouras Center
July 29 – Boston, Mass. @ Agganis Arena
July 30 – Queens, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium
August 1 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
August 2 – Pontiac, Michigan @ Crofoot Festival
August 3 – Toronto, Ontario @ Echo Beach
August 5 – Minneapolis, Minnesota @ The Armory
August 6 – Bridgeview, Ill. @ SeatGeek Stadium
August 7 – St. Louis, Missouri @ Music Park
August 9 – Denver, Colorado @ Fiddler’s Green
August 10 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Complex
August 12 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Shrine
August 13 – San Diego, CA @ Open Air Theater
August 14 – Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theater
August 16 – Seattle, Washington @ Marymoor Park
August 17 – Troutdale, Oregon @ Edgefield
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