Coheed and Cambria is amazing

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  1. Shockticus

    Shockticus I remember having one more drink at the bar... OT Supporter

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    I recently bought both of their albums(In keeping secrets of silent earth:3, and Second Stage Turbine blade), and they rock. Anybody else for Coheed?
     
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    that song is bad ass, my fav is three evils(embodied in love and shadow).

    Do you know anything about the comic book?
     
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    hell yea. delirium trigger was a favorite of mine for a while. as was three evils.
    and... god send conspirator... and just about every other song on both cd's.

    ive met the lead singer and seen them in concert, but i dont like them as much cause its the guy's unique voice that interests me in the band. he doesnt sound the same, and you cant hear him very well in concert.

    good shit though.
     
  4. hello pedro

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    Yea they're pretty good :ugh2:
     
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    they do kick alot of ass :cool:
     
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    Actually I rectract my statement. I listened to that song "Favor House Atlantic" and it is so fucking catchy. I really dig the song.
     
  7. Shockticus

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    Blood red summer is the shit too. I want to see them in concert but i havent heard of any recent tour dates. all their albums tell a story, and then they produce a comic book to go with it. the comic is supposed to be coming out soon.
     
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    hopeudiemahc "stay true to yourself and follow your heart. Giv

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    good yes, amazing....eh youre pushing it a little there. secret song rocks though
     
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    http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1489736/07272004/coheed_cambria.jhtml

    Anyone who thinks that Coheed and Cambria are just the Warped Tour band responsible for the single "A Favor House Atlantic," take note.

    Coheed and Cambria are actually a married couple who attempted to kill their own children, with three of the four winding up dead. The lucky one, Claudio, fled into hiding. Because of a serum injected into his bloodstream years ago, Coheed transformed into the Monstar after gazing at his wife on another planet. Although he's evil, Monstar has the ability to either save or destroy the universe, which is on the brink of disaster following the disarray of the keywork, a beam of energy that sustains the planets.

    If this all sounds confusing, the band's comic-book series, "The Bag On Line Adventures," should clear things up.

    "The Second Stage Turbine Blade," which premiered last week at the San Diego Comic-Con, is the first episode of an expected six that better explains the origin of the saga. The band first spun its bizarre sci-fi epic on 2002's debut album of the same name. Only that wasn't the real beginning, only the second episode. Like "Star Wars," the very beginning of Coheed and Cambria's tale is being saved for a prequel serving as the inspiration for their fourth album.

    Written by Coheed and Cambria singer/guitarist Claudio Sanchez and illustrated by Wes Abbott, "The Second Stage Turbine Blade" will be available nationally later this year. Pre-orders are being taken on the band's Web site, www.coheedandcambria.com.

    Their second and latest album, In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3, independently issued last year and given a major-label re-release in June, is based on the third part of the story, while its follow-up, the band's third album, will relay the fourth part.

    Thematically, In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 picks up where the The Second Stage's track "Neverender" left off, although what was thought to be a dream sequence turns out to be reality. Planet Earth and its solar system is lost in the dust cloud that resulted from its severance from the Fence, 78 planets aligned in a triangular form and sustained by the keywork. Ambellina, of the race of Prises, has become human to watch and protect Claudio, Coheed and Cambria's sole surviving son. We're also introduced to Al, a racist killer (only white girls) who owns the spaceship the Camper Velourium.

    Sounds confusing, eh!
     
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    I have the comic book :o
     
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    where and how the hell did you get it.
     
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    It may be their worst song, but it is really catchy. There's quite a difference.
     
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    I thought u could buy the comic book at any comic book store? I went to one of their concerts a couple months ago and Claudio sounds shockingly the same as in the CD.

    "Shabootie!"
     
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    hehehehe Shabootie!
     
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    It doesn't officially come out until February 2005, but some copies have been made and sold on ebay....So i heard.
     
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    Here's a scan of the cover:

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    The comic by my poster of the concert I went to in San Diego. The comic is pretty damn interesting.

    On a side note, I love sitting at a red light and have others notice that I am listening to a song with lyrics that go "Die white girl.....die white girl!!!!"
     
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    that song is "the velorium camper III: Al the killer"

    great song
     

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