The guitar center catalogue arrived in today’s mail. Contained within it was a brief interview with Coheed and
The only way we could think of describing them was using the ubiquitous “musical baby concept”. This theory involves the consummation of imaginary rendezvous between bands. For example, if one band got together and had a baby with another band, the baby would be such and such. This theory allows one to quickly and easily describe the sound of one band as a combination of two hopefully understood and established bands. This seemingly simple way of describing the musical style tends to get lost, however if the other two band in question, caught in the sack, are not known to the people that this unholy union is being described to. This problem involves more “baby-making”, but can eventually be solved. Thus the musical baby making theory helps explain music to your friends and family easily.
Coheed and Cambria was described as the result of
The guys in C&C produce comic books. Comic books. Tell me of a nerd ridden medium that is more in tune with blood, sweat, and rock & roll combined with epic storytelling.
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