“IRO-Bot” is a hidden song by Coheed and Cambria from their album The Second Stage Turbine Blade.
Contains references to I, Robot.
About The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Coheed and Cambria’s debut album, The Second Stage Turbine Blade, is a concept album that tells the story of two characters, Coheed and Cambria Kilgannon, and their struggles to save their children and the universe from destruction. The album is part of a larger story arc that spans several albums and graphic novels, and its themes of family, sacrifice, and destiny are woven throughout its 10 tracks.
The album showcases Coheed and Cambria’s unique blend of progressive rock, post-hardcore, and emo, with complex guitar riffs, powerful vocals, and intricate song structures. Standout tracks include “Time Consumer,” “Devil in Jersey City,” and “Everything Evil,” all of which showcase the band’s musical versatility and storytelling prowess.
The Second Stage Turbine Blade was well-received by both critics and fans upon its release in 2002, and it helped establish Coheed and Cambria as one of the most innovative and exciting bands of the early 2000s.
How to find “IRO-Bot”
CD standard edition: Play through track #10 (“God Send Conspirator”)
CD Deluxe edition: Play through track #13 (“Everything Evil (demo)”)
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