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About The Prize Fighter Inferno

The Prize Fighter Inferno is the side-project of Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez. As fans of that C&C music factory well know, Sanchez' imagination knows no bounds. Like his other band, this project is a vehicle for telling the story of a fictional time and place -- Sanchez' own personal Star Wars. Musically speaking, however, Prize Fighter relies more on computer beats and bleeps than Coheed's mighty rock theatrics. The music is more subdued, but Sanchez' wet, reedy vocals and fantastical lyrics are front and center for both.

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Listen toThe Prize Fighter Infernoon Napster

The Prize Fighter Inferno is the side-project of Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez. As fans of that C&C music factory well know, Sanchez' imagination knows no bounds. Like his other band, this project is a vehicle for telling the story of a fictional time and place -- Sanchez' own personal Star Wars. Musically speaking, however, Prize Fighter relies more on computer beats and bleeps than Coheed's mighty rock theatrics. The music is more subdued, but Sanchez' wet, reedy vocals and fantastical lyrics are front and center for both.

About The Prize Fighter Inferno

The Prize Fighter Inferno is the side-project of Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez. As fans of that C&C music factory well know, Sanchez' imagination knows no bounds. Like his other band, this project is a vehicle for telling the story of a fictional time and place -- Sanchez' own personal Star Wars. Musically speaking, however, Prize Fighter relies more on computer beats and bleeps than Coheed's mighty rock theatrics. The music is more subdued, but Sanchez' wet, reedy vocals and fantastical lyrics are front and center for both.

About The Prize Fighter Inferno

The Prize Fighter Inferno is the side-project of Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez. As fans of that C&C music factory well know, Sanchez' imagination knows no bounds. Like his other band, this project is a vehicle for telling the story of a fictional time and place -- Sanchez' own personal Star Wars. Musically speaking, however, Prize Fighter relies more on computer beats and bleeps than Coheed's mighty rock theatrics. The music is more subdued, but Sanchez' wet, reedy vocals and fantastical lyrics are front and center for both.