Coheed And Cambria Star On How The Band Is Labeled

(Prog) Coheed And Cambria have discussed what being 'prog' means to them on the latest episode of FreqsTV's Into The Machine series. Drummer Josh Eppard admits he sees the term as a "badge of honor," although he doesn't actively describe the band as progressive himself.

He says: "I don't always think of us as a progressive band, but I think that kind of goes hand-in-hand with being a progressive band. I like to think we've kind of carved such an eclectic mix that we can go anywhere, which in and of itself is progressive. On the flip side, I kind of think it's a badge of honor. I feel pretty proud when people call us a progressive band."

Mainman Claudio Sanchez adds that the group's history with concept albums led to them being labeled prog. And having last year released their first ever non concept record, The Color Before The Sun, Sanchez believes he's grown as a songwriter. Read more here.

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