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FEARnet To Premiere Coheed And Cambria Video's Director's Cut

FEARnet, the world's premier destination for horror film enthusiasts, is set to become the exclusive host of the director's cut of the infamous Coheed and Cambria video for their current single, "Feathers." The Hitchcockian black and white video, is a dark comedy, directed by Marc Klasfeld (Gnarls Barkley, Foo Fighters, Bloodhound Gang) and focuses on a "perfect" 1950s American family who have a very naughty secret. "Feathers" stars Rena Riffel, known for her roles in "Mulholland Drive" and "Dante's Cove," as the cheerful stay-at-home mom ala "Ozzie and Harriet," but this mom has more than a conniving grin. Reminiscent of the works of David Lynch and John Waters, what appears normal on the surface is not quite so when you take a closer look. Klasfeld's cut contains mildly graphic scenes that were not in the MTV version of the video.

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Coheed and Cambria are currently on their second headlining tour and first since coming off the road with Linkin Park earlier this year in support of their fourth record, No World For Tomorrow (Columbia). The album, featuring the above aforementioned single, "Feathers," debuted at #6 in the Billboard Top 200 and has been receiving worldwide acclaim. Blender praised the new album and said that Coheed "have found their sweet spot" while Revolver noted that it "feels like the beginning of something new" for the band. The Los Angeles Times intoned: "Self-indulgence is frequently seen as a crime in modern rock music, but without it there would have been no Led Zeppelin or "Sgt. Pepper," no Ziggy Stardust or System of a Down. Overreaching sometimes pays off. And few young bands reach further than the prog-metal act Coheed and Cambria, for whom the extremes of time and space hardly seem to be enough." Rolling Stone said that "there was plenty worthy of rewind" on "No World for Tomorrow."

Coheed and Cambria also announce that a club remix of "Feathers," dubbed the "Glitch Mob Remix" (mixed by the Los Angeles DJ group The Glitch Mob) is now available on itunes and is featured in the "What's Hot" section of the itunes store.

Coheed and Cambria plans to continue its North American and European touring throughout the rest of 2008.

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