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Coheed and Cambria

Posted 16 Apr 2013 @ 1:24pm

It’s impossible to know where to start when introducing someone to the New York-based prog rock and concept-heavy band Coheed and Cambria. Singer, guitarist and creative powerhouse Claudio Sanchez developed Coheed and Cambria in Paris in 1998 when his former band, Toxic Parents, dissolved and his side project moved into a full-time role. Around that time he was also writing his science fiction...

Posted 14 Mar 2013 @ 2:36pm

The first thing you hear is a…ukulele? Yep. That’s a ukulele. Prelethal, the first track off Coheed And Cambria’s The Afterman: Descension, is very pretty, and sets the scene nicely for the rest of their seventh studio album. Technically, the record is part of a double album, with 2012’s Afterman: The Ascension, also released on label V2, comprising the first half. 


Of course...

Posted 17 Dec 2012 @ 11:07am

Making their long awaited return to Australia next April, Coheed and Cambria are back, bringing with them an ambitious double concept album.


The Afterman: Ascension and the Afterman: Descension will be unleashed in two separate full-length volumes. The New York foursome are musical storytellers already known for their grand artistic scope with five groundbreaking albums to date...

Posted 2 Sep 2011 @ 8:34am

I still remember the days when the amount of decent international bands making the long trip down south to play in this country was pretty lame to say the least. And if any of them did come out to tour they were usually either really bad stadium rock bands or bloated pop stars. How things have changed huh. The constant stream of excellent and, especially as seems to be the case in much more...

Posted 10 Aug 2011 @ 8:26am


Can't talk, guys. Driving.








Well, hear 34 seconds of it, anyway. The vertically-haired (what? Toby, shut up


-yourself) Static-X frontman has set about dropping his debut solo record Pighammer...

Posted 10 Aug 2011 @ 8:26am

Well the news of the week must surely be the most unexpected, yet not super surprising, split of Canadian band Alexisonfire. I mean, on one hand, you never expect a band this incredibly popular to call it quits. Bands work so hard reach the levels of success Alexis' did, so disbanding seemed more and more unlikely the more records they sold.


And damn, Old Crows Young...

Posted 3 Mar 2011 @ 12:45am
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