New Prize Fighter Inferno EP

2012-09-08 by Thompson D. Gerhart STAFF | 21 Comments
Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez announced today that his side project, The Prize
Fighter Inferno, would be releasing a new four song EP at this year's New York Comicon
through his own independent comic label, Evil Ink. The album, entitled "Half Measures," will
feature four brand new tracks and will be offered in a limited white vinyl pressing at the
convention, while another pink pressing of 1500 records will be offered later in the fall.

If you'd like to pick up the exclusive white edition, you'll have to foray into the mobs of
sweaty nerds at the Con between October 11th and 14th.

Album Tracklisting:
Elm Street Loverboy
The Simple Fix
Pistol Pete Matty
Half Measures

Tagged: The Prize Fighter Inferno

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Alxander19
September 8th 2012
123 Comments


YES

drasticaction74
September 8th 2012
1782 Comments


bizzy bizzy bizzy

Calc
September 8th 2012
12526 Comments


WHOOO!!!!!!!

Irving
Staff Reviewer
September 8th 2012
7338 Comments


Wow.

But only a few thousand copies? This better get released to CD eventually.

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DeafMetal
September 8th 2012
8587 Comments


sweet

PuddlesPuddles
September 8th 2012
4787 Comments


Cool, unexpected

Dunpeal
September 8th 2012
3872 Comments




no cassette tape release?? : (

Cipieron
September 8th 2012
3508 Comments


meh, first album was pretty hit and miss...

not excited about 4 songs he made as an after thought to Coheed's new album

heyadam
September 8th 2012
1725 Comments


stoked!

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TMobotron
September 8th 2012
7188 Comments


Sweet PFI is pretty fun stuff. Glad he didn't quit after the 1 album.

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JoshTh
September 8th 2012
112 Comments


1500 copies of this is going to last all of an hour imo.

Nomos
September 8th 2012
875 Comments


fuck yeah

InFiction
September 8th 2012
3730 Comments


Never listened to this, even though I'm a huge C&C fan. Might check it out soon.

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Xenophanes
Staff Reviewer
September 8th 2012
10701 Comments


Sweet

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ChuckyTruant
September 8th 2012
15725 Comments


Sweetness


Colliiiin
September 8th 2012
675 Comments


Can dig

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Mabbitt
September 8th 2012
1391 Comments


I need to get one of these

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
September 8th 2012
2077 Comments


Oh yeah and there's only gonna be 500 at Comicon. Having been there and having waited in line to meet Claudio there, those will probably disappear like nothing.

Someone will rip this to MP3 like the Beaver Records EP though, so I'm stoked.

elephantREVOLUTION
September 8th 2012
2814 Comments


excited for this but i wish he would do another full-length

ianjulian
September 8th 2012
637 Comments


Heyyy


paxman
September 9th 2012
4084 Comments


Probably Domino B-sides



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