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...
This week in The Amory Score we break down our takes on what we think The Hound (of Blood and Rank) is about and get into how the last comic fucked everyone’s understanding of the canon up. Such is the way of things when you are trying to deduce an entire space opera from extremely vague lyrics.
We reach Coheed and Cambria’s fourth album, No World For Tomorrow and find ourselves without a comic to guide us. Which means that things are going to be a little different here on our amory shore, with the episodes being much shorter but coming out more frequently as we’re recording two episodes in a session now.
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.