Coheed And Cambria
July 11, 2011 by Post Team
Coheed And Cambria, Coheed and Cambria took the stage in Mansfield, Massachusetts on Sunday, without bassist Michael Todd. The musician, who goes by the name mike (pronounced “Mike”) was arrested just before the show after allegedly robbing a drugstore to buy painkillers. Check out five facts about the rockers as they continue on their remaining dates of his concerts in the styles of Wes as a replacement.
1. The group’s name derives from a series of science fiction comic book written by Claudio Sanchez leader called The Amory Wars. Coheed and Cambria are the names of two heroes of history, whose history is used as a story for each of the band’s albums. They chose the name during a 1998 trip to Paris.
2. Todd was not an original member of the group. He joined the founders of Travis Stever Sanchez and bassist when the previously titled, Shabütie, called him in 1996. Todd initially only played the guitar, picking up on specifically for the new band.
3. The group released their first studio album in 2002 through Equal Vision Records. The concept album is technically his second in a five part series and was re-released in 2005 with three previously unreleased bonus tracks.
4. Enlisting a revolving door of musicians in recent years, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on fourth full version of the band. The current drummer, Chris Pennie, had joined the group, but was held to contractual restrictions with a previous tag in time.
5. Coheed and Cambria have several songs that appear in the video game Rock Band, including “Welcome Home” and “Guns of Summer.”
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