Hello everyone, you may have forgotten that we are still a podcast, and for that you will be forgiven, because with our lives being how they are it is all but impossible to find moments in our lives where we can record twenty minutes of audio into microphones about the work of the band Coheed and Cambria. But despite that, we press on, and we have another episode here for you today. This album offers us nothing, and it has taken everything from us.Read More
We were able to find some time last weekend to get an episode recorded! The hell period of scheduling continues but we will keep doing our best to bring episodes when we can. This week we’re listening to one of Coheed’s biggest power ballads. They are swinging for the fences tonight.Read More
Flashback to November when Molly and I were extremely excited about how fast this season of podcasts were going to go: that ended up not happening. Sorry for the delay, both of our personal lives are not in great situations right now so it’s extremely hard to find the time to record!
I hope you enjoy this episode though, our other podcasts continue apace, and we’ll get another episode out to you as soon as we can!!Read More
This week in The Amory Score we tackle one of the songs we have been waiting for since the beginning of this podcast as we come back to the beginning to visit an old, old friend. Also we’re a week late. Sorry. We try.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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’sRead More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
After a six week hiatus, Molly and Jackson are back to tackle Issue 11 of Good Apollo! Here's the situation: we were waiting for the final issue to have its release date confirmed, and its deadline grew closer and closer and then finally a week ago they just said fuck it and delayed the issue until October. And we're not waiting that long. So we're back, and we've got an extra long, extra rowdy episode here for you all today. Come on in and enjoy.
The battle on Apity Prime continues to rage as Ten Speed brings Ryder into the fiction and all hell breaks loose. Molly and Jackson look on bemused as we wait for this whole thing to resolve itself the only way that it can: with a zombie army fight.Read More
The end is in sight as Molly and Jackson tackle issue nine of the Good Apollo comic. All the pieces are in place as everyone heads towards the final conclusion, with the battle raging on at Apity Prime. But if that's the case, how come there's a part two? What greater twists lie in store? Find out right here on The Amory Score.Read More
We're back and we have a very special episode for you all! Not only do we have the regular summaries of the comic and our opinions on this episode's song, but there has been new coheed music released since we recorded last. We bring you exclusive new hot takes on their latest song: The Dark Sentencer!
In which Claudio takes the biggest L that he has ever taken. Come around the fire, and let us tell you the origin story of this whole album, and find out how this came to be.
When last we left our heroes, they were on a planet that nobody could see in the universe where its defining characteristic is that it is physically impossible to have an 'unknown' planet on account of them being bound together by magic soul energy that glows blue. We here at The Amory Score have been cataloging the various bizarre choices of The Amory Wars for months now, and we still find it in ourselves, somehow, to be legitimately upset at this rejection of worldbuilding.
We're back, baby.Read More
Hello! Hi! I hope our absence hasn't been too hard on you all. The good news is, our long national nightmare of me "being at school" is now over and Molly and I are going to be back on our biweekly schedule from next week! It's time!
But we have one last little treat for you before that, and it's a little reel of our backup recordings, of the shit that we get up to when we're not recording the episode. It's very, very stupid.Read More
Hey everyone, there is no episode this week! I'm still in the hell that is university work and I've spent all day packing my shit to move across the country, so arranging me and Molly's schedule to get the episode up and finished proved impossible. However, I put aside enough time to record a quick thing about some of the other music that I like that you are all free to roast me for.
Don't record podcasts on your own. It drains you. It drains you in your soul.Read More
There are many reasons to become a god. Perhaps you hate god, and by ascending to godhood yourself, you can kill him and end the suffering of the people. Perhaps you wish to create something in your image, or perhaps you are simply bored. But really, why does man do anything? What spurs a man to both bare and shield his soul in the same breath, to create and destroy in equal measure, to confuse hate and love as if they were but one emotion? Why, there is only ever one answer: tfw no gf.Read More
We've had a little delay in bringing this episode to you but never fear, The Amory Score is here to let you know just what the fuck is going on in Heaven's Fence. And the answer? Well, something incredibly boring. There are no fucking bicycles here. Only sadness, will you find.Read More