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Meet Ken Kelly, the man behind the metal-est Phoenix cover ever

Meet Ken Kelly, the man behind the metal-est Phoenix cover ever

By now you've probably seen or heard that this week's Phoenix is the Metal Issue -- and it should come as a pleasant surprise for...
By Patrick McDermott  |  August 25, 2011

Coheed and Cambria in-store at Bull Moose

The hugely popular rock band Coheed and Cambria have a sold-out show at Port City Music Hall tonight, but will try to accommodate some of...
By webteam  |  March 24, 2010

DIY all over again

Cut from the earnest and emotional mold of bands such as Taking Back Sunday, Coheed & Cambria, and our own Monty Are I, the Coming Weak is one of the area’s fastest-rising combos.
The Coming Weak seek alternate routes; plus, Forever Young
By BOB GULLA  |  February 13, 2008

Armor for Sleep

It's kind of refreshing to hear a bitchy emo record that doesn’t direct all its ire toward the heartless females.
Smile for Them | Sire
By MIKAEL WOOD  |  December 26, 2007

Coheed and Cambria

Sanchez uses his fictional backdrop to offer the sort of advice you might get from Al Gore — or maybe on Kid Nation.
Good Apollo I’m Burning Star IV, Vol. 2: No World For Tomorrow | Columbia
By MATT ASHARE  |  November 19, 2007

Three for all

The music is equally adept at provoking headbangs, lighter flicks, or slightly arthritic hippie wiggles.
The contradictory catchiness of Three
By BEN RICHARDSON  |  August 03, 2007


Planetary rock

In 1619, Johannes Kepler — the famous astronomer dude — published his Harmonices Mundi, or “Harmony of the Worlds.”
The celestial sounds of the Receiving End of Sirens
By MATT ASHARE  |  August 01, 2007

Coheed & Cambria

Fans of Coheed and Cambria’s fantastical hippie metal are given to proclamations like “They made their own style, no other band has ever been like them” and “Their shows are a life-changing experience.”
The Last Supper: Live at the Hammerstein Ballroom | Columbia
By KEN MICALLEF  |  December 28, 2006

The Sound and the fury

It was a little disconcerting to enter Avalon against a tidal flow of people heading for the exits prior to the start of last Wednesday night’s performance by . . . And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead.
. . . And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Avalon, November 8
By MATT ASHARE  |  November 13, 2006

Ready for action!

It’s hard to say how many showers they’ve missed or how many T-shirts they’ve gone through in the month-plus they’ve been on the road this summer, but it’s safe to say that the van they’re crisscrossing the country in is rife with man-stink.
Monty Are I go national with Wall of People
By BOB GULLA  |  July 25, 2006