208 Coheed And Cambria
COHEED AND CAMBRIA
Once upon a time, prog and classic rock were the mortal enemies of all things punk. But a lot’s changed since those days, and the time is right for a band like Coheed And Cambria to boldly go where no band has gone before: back and forth musically, at the same time.
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE
How did this fan-worshiped band celebrate their jump to the majors? By being as unassuming as possible.
’ Pops star Patricia Day loves high heels, make up, ABBA and candy bars, but she hates horror movies. What gives?
GYM CLASS HEROES
With fans like Fall Out Boy and the Academy Is... in their corner, how can these Heroes ever fail?
“ If you can’t be beaten, join ’em.” That’s not exactly how the old saying goes, but in Vaux’ case, it’s appropriate.
These Boston-based space-metalers are once again setting their controls for the heart of the underground.
Tom Lanham listened to Mest frontman Tony Lovato’s ruminations on back pain, stubbornness and “intelligent design” and still didn’t hang up on him.
Forget the “emo-rap” tag: Slug and Ant only traffic in the truth.
Good looks, good manners, good songs: Finland’s Ville Valo could be America’s Great Rock Hope.
These metalcore mavericks didn’t want to repeat themselves for album No. 2. So they had some drinks, read some books and lived some life. Then they brought the new noise.
Their health-care system is great; their dollar is stronger; and now Canada is going after the U.S.’ share of the post-hardcore market with these new princes