The Amory Score
The Amory Score is a weekly podcast where your hosts Jackson & Molly take you on a journey through the ridiculous discography of Coheed and Cambria. Going track by track, they're here to explain to you just what the heck the deal is with that incomprehensible sci-fi concept, and have some fun with songs along the way.
So whether you're a fellow fan of this stupidity or are just bemused at the whole ordeal, come on down while we give you The Amory Score...
For a transitory Amory Score, we are joined by our friend Hannah to talk about I Dissent, the Funny or Die parody song that Coheed and Cambria recorded, made out of excerpts from Antonin Scalia’s
The Amory Score returns for its final ride on the Good Apollo Part 1 train as we listen to the song The Final Cut and read The Final Issue and pass the final word on this nearly year long journey of wife murder. It’s been a long, long road.
In this episode of The Amory Score we finish the original Star IV graphic novel, reach the most problematic line in all of Coheed’s discography, one of their best songs, and we listen to the final pre-album single for The Unheavenly Creatures! It’s all happening here in The Amory Score.
Freed from the constraints of the currently releasing comic’s erratic schedule, we turn now to the past and take a look at the original 2005 Graphic Novel release of this particular story. It’s pretty difficult to follow, but that’s alright, because we’re also covering one of the best songs that Coheed have ever done. In conclusion, a land of contrasts.