Exclusive: Coheed and Cambria Interview from Guitar Center Sessions

Prog-rockers Coheed and Cambria are featured in an upcoming episode of Guitar Center Sessions which airs Friday, Jan. 10 at 9pm ET/10pm PT on DIRECTV’s Audience Network (channel 239). In anticipation, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere an interview with frontman Claudio Sanchez where he talks about his songwriting process. Check out the clip below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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  • Chelc606

    I love how Claudio chose to write the songs with the story as the focus, it makes the albums amazing and literally it’s like listening to a story. Also if you are a true fan and have read The Armory Wars you get a better background of all the songs and can listen to them while you read.

    • Dave Anderson

      I also like how the story forces Coheed to use a wide variety of different sounds to get characters and tone across. Absolute brilliance.

      • Richard Ramirez

        I wouldn’t say it forces, rather, it accentuates the story.

        • Dave Anderson

          True, true.

        • Dave Anderson

          True. Coheed knows how to accentuate stories, I hella love them.

    • PoserHunter

      Hey “true fan”, its called The Amory Wars.

      • Wishbone

        another poser bites the dust, courtesy of The PoserHunter haha mission accomplished

    • Marcus Tiblier

      True Fans know its Amory not Armory

      • butt

        “true fans” don’t have to correct others because they know what others are talking about, jackass.

  • Cee Los

    he says he was shy well, he’s still shy because he hardly ever looks up and engages in the conversation