Coheed and Cambria announce new album details

Foo Fighter guests on forthcoming album

Coheed and Cambria announce new album details
New York prog-rockers Coheed And Cambria have announced details of a new album.

'No World For Tomorrow', the band’s fourth studio LP, will be released on October 22.

The band have now been joined ex-Dillinger Escape Plan drummer Chris Pennie as a full-time replacement for Josh Eppard, who left the group in November 2006.

However, the newcomer was not recruited in time for the album sessions and Foo Fighters sticksman Taylor Hawkins filled in.

"Josh leaving the band was a big deal for us," said frontman Claudio Sanchez, "but having Taylor on the record, and now having Chris in the band full-time has really allowed us to progress in a way that is really exciting for all of us."

The band recorded the album in Los Angeles with Foo Fighters producer Nick Raskulin, and have announced that they will support the record by touring for the next year.

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