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Album Review: Thank You Scientist, "Stranger Heads Prevail"

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then strange must be as well. While Thank You Scientist may sound strange in the world of popular music, their intelligent brand of alternative rock mixed with progressive metal and jazz fusion is right at home in the world of prog. 831 more words

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Kid Crazy and the Kilowatt King Book Review

How many hundreds of times have I reminded my kids to say please?  Kid Crazy and the Kilowatt King, written by Claudio Sanchez, and illustrated by… 204 more words

Book Reviews - Picture Books

A Graphic Conversation: Key Of Z (S1E2)

Mark Weber and Ricky Widmer read, discuss, and review Key of Z.

Mark’s Interview w/ Claudio and Chondra: www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_00ugiYXTA

Key Of Z: www.amazon.com/Key-Z-Claudio-Sanchez/dp/1608861015

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Coheed and Cambria – Gig Review 10th May @ Max Watts, Brisbane

Coheed And Cambria
Max Watt’s, Brisbane
May 10th, 2016
Supported by Closure In Moscow

Closure in Moscow  came out tonight playing one hell of an opening set with lead singer Christopher de Cinque wearing the gaudiest jacket a human being has ever laid eyes upon. 406 more words

Australian Tour

Gig Review: Coheed and Cambria + Closure in Moscow

Coheed and Cambria + Closure in Moscow
Max Watts, Melbourne
May 7th, 2016

Sci-Fi prog rock key entities Coheed and Cambria have been one of the few acts of the 21st century leading the genre’s conceptual side for… 844 more words

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Claudio Sanchez - Coheed and Cambria (Q & A)

A Staggeringly visionary and perspicacious story teller and song writer to almost inarguably rival all others (both contemporary and historically) is one exceedingly justifiable way to describe… 2,057 more words

Australian Tour

Coheed and Cambria: The Color Before the Sun

Album: The Color Before the Sun

Artist: Coheed and Cambira

Background

Over the past fourteen years progressive rock outfit Coheed and Cambria has been somewhat of a musical oddity. 1,328 more words

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