Post one of the back-log of things sitting on my desk to blog about!
It's no secret Iâm a big fan of Coheed and Cambria, they rock it trust me, and I guess part of the reason I brought this was because Chonny said our Accordion performance made it onto the documentary... so I just had too, but I would have brought it anyway.. promise!
So the day we (Chonny, Halina and myself) decided to make our band, 3 blondes with baby instruments (or something of that ilk), we were very hung over! And we got quite carried away with making sure our rig was ready and finding ourselves some space in the Astoria to make our own. We mashed together a performance of Welcome home (which went into the suffering but we messed it up lol) and proudly presented it to Claudio. It was a comedy moment thatâs for sure, and I do look very seriousâ¦. I was concentrating damn it! Thank god I wasn't talking thatâs all I can say...
The Neverender deluxe box set (which is the one here) is really nicely put together. It is an investment in $$ but trust me itâs worth it. Not only does it come packaged in a super shiny box but you get a hard back book containing no less than 9 disks (5 dvd's and 4 cd's), 48 pages of images and quotes AND to round it off a brass dragon fly.
The Documentary is candid and discusses the tough times that the band has been through and how they have managed to keep it together. If youâre a fan, don't settle for the regular release; get your hands on this baby!
But mainly buy it to see our band¦. Because quite frankly we are much better¦. ;)
Friday, April 8, 2016 - 4:06pmYou know when your eyes read something but your brain doesn't? This morning I thought I got a press release about the long dead mid-'90s band Kid Kilowatt, which featured members from Cave In, Converge, and Piebald.
Thursday, July 2, 2015 - 1:46pmOur friends Coheed and Cambria were recently videoed by Funny or Die making lyrical beauty from the disgust of Justice Antonin Scalia’s recent dissenting opinions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA
Friday, February 8, 2013 - 12:13pmThis week saw the release of Coheed and Cambria's The Afterman part two: The Descension. 3 days after launch the album is rising to the top in the charts and if you haven't brought it yet then what are you waiting for?