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Coheed and Cambria Unleash New Song “Rise, Naianasha (Cut the Cord)”: Stream

The second new song released in advance of the band's as-yet-untitled 10th album

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Coheed and Cambria Claudio Sanchez interview 2021
Coheed and Cambria, photo by Jimmy Fontaine

    Coheed and Cambria have served up a new song, “Rise, Naianasha (Cut the Cord),” as well as an accompanying animated lyric video. The track follows up the band’s August single, “Shoulders,” and comes ahead of Coheed’s much-anticipated follow-up to 2018’s Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures.

    On “Rise, Naianasha (Cut the Cord),” Coheed and Cambria display their penchant for progressive rock, with shifting dynamics, a doomy instrumental breakdown and Claudio Sanchez’s creative storytelling.

    “‘Rise, Naianasha’ explores the reach of love and loyalty and the reality that sometimes you need to be more than a shoulder to lean on — you need to become the destroyer,” Sanchez said of the genesis of “Rise, Naianasha (Cut The Cord).”

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    Coheed and Cambria recently closed out their co-headlining tour with The Used. As of now, the band has no tour dates on their itinerary. Coheed’s as-yet-untitled new album, which will mark their 10th studio set, is expected to arrive sometime in 2022.

    Speaking with Heavy Consequence, Sanchez said of the new album, “It’s a modern record. It’s a Coheed and Cambria record, but it’s looking forward, not backwards.

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    Watch the lyric video for “Rise, Naianasha (Cut The Cord)” below.

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