On July 31st, 2012, an ominous countdown in the shape of a Keywork left the website of Coheed and Cambria, and was replaced by a trailer and announcement. The moment we had all been waiting for was finally coming.
Normally, I’d start this with something along the lines of ‘ignore misleading title’. But, don’t ignore the title, because it is in no way misleading. Kill Audio is just that awesome.
I always knew that one of the musical influences of my favorite band on Earth had to be Iron Maiden, I just never realized how much so.
Fans of the band had a feeling something like this was going to happen, we didn’t know exactly when…but it’s been made official on the group’s Tumblr page that the band and Mic Todd are going their separate ways.
Children of the fence, there’s not much to show you in the ways of screenshots or anything, but if you’re headed to SDCC next week, make sure you stop by booth #1031 to not only check the game out, but to pick up the latest trade of The Amory Wars: In Keeping Secrets of Silent […]
It’s over? Just like that?
Ready for more sneak peeks? We’ve got all the Boom! Studios comics coming out this week,. Which includes the new DuckTales comic, Amory Wars, and honestly most of our favorite comics from these guys!
See, Boom! Studios loves you, yes they do.
Live in the Chicago area and always wanted to meet the front man for Coheed & Cambria and The Armory Wars comics creator Claudio Sanchez? Here is your chance my friends.
And then…I came!
Coheed and Cambria fans rejoice! The ORIGINAL recording of the group’s first album, The Second Stage Turbine Blade is now being sold for the first time on vinyl…and if you hurry, you have a chance of getting something awesome!
If you’ve been around here long enough, you should know about our man-love for everything Coheed and Cambria related. I’ve read every single issue of The Amory Wars comics that Boom Studios has put out, and even before they picked them up. I’m THAT big of a fan.
Today is the day before my birthday, and I can’t help but feel a bit of melancholy. I know, I know, don’t be all emo about it being your birthday fat boy. I get it, just let me ‘celebrate’ in my own manner.
Coheed and Cambria – Junesong Provision