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Storytellers: 10 Musicians Who Crossed Over To Comics

Creating and sharing stories is a fundamental part of human society, dating back to neanderthals drawing on cave walls to share how awesome it was when they totally killed that sabretooth tiger who was all up in their business. 1,104 more words

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Review: Coheed and Cambria - The Color Before the Sun

Coheed and Cambria have always been a rather hit-or-miss type of band for me. Each album or song they release that is utter magic tends to feel marred by a few albums that feel phoned in, along with some songs that are too far lost in their own crazy mythology to rise to the epic heights we all know they’re capable of. 1,018 more words


Review: Coheed & Cambria - The Color Before The Sun

The Color Before the Sun is the eighth studio album from the increasingly hard-to-define quartet from New York. Coheed & Cambria began life playing intelligent pop punk, which provided a platform for a sprawling sci-fi story penned by vocalist and guitarist Claudio Sanchez. 642 more words


The Most Gracious of Hosts: Coheed and Cambria celebrates ten years of Good Apollo

Coheed and Cambria are one of the most popular rock bands of the last 20 years. Their career has so far spanned seven albums (and with the release of… 899 more words

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CANTO: Devin Townsend's still a mad genius, plus Coheed, Nile and more!

It’s Friday, and I’m ready to wrap things up. Let’s lead off with some fantastic news from the Bald God himself and cruise on into the weekend. 212 more words


Coheed and Cambria announce new album, ditch Amory Wars story

After two decades and seven albums spent plugging away at, essentially, a comic book story, it’s nice to see Coheed and Cambria branching out and trying new things. 251 more words


MCT Boys Tennis Brackets

First Singles

Preliminary Round: Shainil Amim (West Morris) vs. Will Stitt (Morristown-Beard) winner vs. Andrew Brown (Mendham); Masila Mbithi (Roxbury) vs. Baadal Vachhani (Parsippany Hills); Claudio Sanchez (Mount Olive) vs. 526 more words