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Written by Central Electronic Brain     March 18, 2011    
 
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Coheed And Cambria - Rock City, Nottingham (UK) - November, 19th 2010

I have to admit to some confusion with this gig. I thought that Coheed were the headliners, and my reason for going to this was to see them, as the headliners. That wasn't the case however, and I was unsure if Deftones would be something that I was into. Well, to cut a long story short, they were not, musically, so this review will concentrate on C&C. However, I have to make note that, early on in their set, Deftones vocalist Chino promised to join the people up in the balcony bar, and I take my hat off to him as during the encore he did just that.

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The last time I saw C&C was at Download in June, and the time before that was at Rock City again, and I noted that Claudio was far more animated with room to move on a bigger stage. So now we were back to the smaller arena where the music would be the total focus. I have to say that the sound was a little mushy throughout the entire evening, so the vocals were a little indistinct. Having said that, the energy of the music was still evident, despite only being onstage for less than an hour. Unsurprisingly, there were three songs from the latest album, namely 'Here We are Juggernaut,' 'This Shattered Symphony' and 'World Of Lines,' squeezed in that time alongside 'In Keeping Secrets,' 'Ten Speed,' 'Delirium Trigger,' 'No World For Tomorrow' and 'Welcome Home' which was the final song. I was a little surprised, and a little disappointed that they didn't do 'The Suffering,' but as I said, they had under an hour, and the sound was quite mushy, which took the edge off for me.

Andy B.

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