A house of creation owned by Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez

Thank You Scientist

Thank You Scientist is an eclectic seven piece progressive rock band from New Jersey. Founded by guitarist and band leader Tom Monda, the band self-released an EP in 2011, The Perils of Time Travel, before signing with Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez’s newly launched Evil Ink Records. Their 2012 full length debut, Maps of Non-Existent Places (re-released in 2014), was a critical success, making inroads on the Billboard Hard Rock and Heat-seekers charts, and was eventually named “Album of the Week” by Revolver Magazine in 2014. They followed up in 2016 with the ambitious Stranger Heads Prevail, which cracked the Billboard Top 200. In addition to original guitarist/band leader Tom Monda and vocalist Salvatore Marrano, the band’s lineup has gradually changed to include violinist Ben Karas, bassist Cody McCorry, drummer Joe Fadem, trumpeter Joe Gullace, and saxophonist Sam Greenfield. Thank You Scientist has spent the past several years touring internationally, both as headliners and as direct support for acts such as Coheed and Cambria, Periphery, Haken, Protest the Hero, Devin Townsend, Yes, The Aristocrats, and many more. The band is eager to follow up their 2016 release with their gargantuan third full length record, due in early 2019.




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Silver Snakes

Inside a nondescript industrial building, just outside of Los Angeles’ Chinatown neighborhood, Silver Snakes’ singer, songwriter and producer, Alex Estrada, sits at the helm of his Pale Moon Audio Studios, putting the finishing touches on the bands fourth proper full length, Death and the Moon. The new album, the second for Claudio Sanchez’s EVIL INK RECORDS, follows 2017’s Scathe EP which saw the band leaning in a more electronic direction and featuring covers of acts who’d helped shape their current direction, such as Garbage and Ministry. Death and the Moon expands upon that path, finding the band as much in the industrial space, as in the dark rock roots of previous full length, Saboteur. Lyrically, Death and the Moon follows in its predecessor’s footsteps, and one will certainly recognize similar guitar work but from the opening notes of track 1, “Smokedance,” you’ll immediately discover a synth hook and electronic beat.

Vocals, Guitar, Synth, Programming / Alex Estrada

Bass / Michael Trujillo

Guitar / Mike Woods


Fire Deuce

Fire Deuce is the side-project of Coheed and Cambria guitarist Travis Stever. Combining elements of Coheed’s style with the hardrock influences of AC/DC and Guns and Roses, along with the rocking punk riffage of Turbonegro, Children of the Deuce is a brilliant, must-have record any Coheed fan will love.




The Prize Fighter Inferno

The Prize Fighter Inferno is the acoustic/electronica solo project of Claudio Sanchez, the lead singer and lead/rhythm guitarist for the band Coheed and Cambria. The first album, called My Brother’s Blood Machine was released on October 31, 2006 through indie label Equal Vision Records. On September 25, 2009, A new song called “Gears” was introduced in the trailer of Claudio’s comic series Kill Audio. The song was released on 7″ limited edition vinyl along with another song called “Erizo Schultz” on February 2010. In October of 2012, The Prize Fighter Inferno released the Half Measures EP, a 10″ limited edition vinyl pressing featuring four new songs. The EP was released by Evil Ink Comics.