Coheed and Cambria to release Neverender box

Coheed and Cambria will release Neverender, The Children of the Fence box set, on March 3, 2009. Neverender marked the culmination of the band’s four-part interconnecting concept album cycle. The four-night event featured the band performing each of their four albums in their entirety on consecutive nights, October 22-25 2008 at New York’s Terminal 5, and was the first time that Coheed had performed the saga that connects the albums in order. The band performed every song they have ever written, many never before or rarely before played, in front of nearly 11,000 of their most passionate fans. Selling out in three hours, Neverender’s New York dates prompted three other sold-out Neverender stands, in LA, Chicago and London.

The box set documents the New York stand (as well as clips from all three other cities) in one comprehensive package that will include four live DVDs, four live audio CDs, one documentary DVD, a 10×10 hardcover 48-page photo book and a 7-1/2″ custom metal dragonfly. A condensed two-disc DVD will also be made available. Pre-sales for the box began on Friday, Dec 12. Fans who pre-order it will get their names included on a “Children of the Fence” page inside the book. The first 3,000 copies will be signed by the band. The concerts were recorded and mixed without any overdubs of any kind, using only what was laid down over those nights, including a few flaws, but ultimately showing the live impact of Coheed and Cambria. The box set includes b-roll footage with dozens of interviews and a special appearance by Warren Haynes, famed guitarist of Gov’t Mule and the Allman Bros, who joined the band during their encore on the final night of the event. Coheed and Cambria begin a tour with Slipknot on January 23rd.

video:
In Keeping Secrets of The Silent Earth: 3 (Live)

The Velourium Camper I: Faint Of Hearts (live)

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