For over two decades now, New York's Coheed and Cambria has been releasing dynamic, multi-faceted albums that are as infectious as they are innovative. Their songs are packed with undeniable hooks and contemporary textures, but their sonic vistas are reminiscent of great progressive and atmospheric bands from the ‘60s and ‘70s. Best of all, like the musicians themselves, the mix is neither pretentious nor alienating. Originally released in 2007, the band's fourth studio album Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV Vol. 2: No World for Tomorrow is widely seen as the final entry in their Amory Wars series of concept albums. It's the direct sequel to 2005's Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness and serves as part four of the band's Amory Wars narrative. It's the only album to feature Taylor Hawkins on drums, following the departure of Josh Eppard. Home to the standouts "The Running Free" and "Feathers," this 180g vinyl LP reissue features a Side D etching.