In the 2000’s Cahoeed and Cambria were described by the music press as ‘the next Led Zeppelin’. Wow… Do they still write such silly things?

With their heavy prog metal epics, Coheed are a stylistic force to be reckoned with. Though the albums from the band’s albums known for their sprawling narratives, I was never that good at following them really, there are about ten songs (2006’s The Suffering, in particular) I have always re-played and enjoyed over the years.

My ear worm today is Welcome Home from 2006’s Coheed and Cambria IV. In 2012, the song was used by WWE for their NXT wrestling show. I’m doing a bit of a WWE watch-through and, at the moment, and currently block-watching episodes of NXT from that period. Though NXT uses just the instrumental parts of the song, I know it well enough to have the tune and lyrics going ’round my head. Welcome.

The link is to the album version of the song, taken from from Coheed and Cambria IV (2005). If you’re unfamiliar with this song, you might find clarity (if not context) in the lyrics.

Coheed and Cambira Welcome Home (opens You Tube page)

Martin Gregory (8 March 2023)

ABOUT BRAINBOX JUKE BOX: I seem to have a head full of tunes, lyrics and beats. Hardly a day goes by without something bubbling to the surface of my brain to become that day’s ‘ear worm’. Some days I might be humming something I heard weeks ago, and usually I can figure out how it got to be playing round and round my head, But sometimes, it’s something truly random – something I might not have heard for years! Brainbox Jukebox is what I call the collection of blog posts I’ve written recalling the recent ear worms. I try to add a little context to the latest tune to plague me, otherwise it just looks like a rather motley playlist!

Read all Brainbox Jukebox blog entries read here or via the menu.


Regular visitors to my website will know Anglesey Herman and some of his mercurial adventures. Now they have all been collected together in one amazing volume, with some new brand new tales.

Includes classic escapades involving bizarre phobias, a stomach that howls like a wolf and the time Herman ended up impaled on a swordfish. There are new tales too. Read how Anglesey Herman’s immense fence-building prowess was curtailed, thanks to a viscous rumor about a tortoise. And find out why Herman ended up on remand for criminal damage.

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Revisiting Past Posts #2 Judd Trump Wins the Masters (Again)

The Truth About Meritocracy

Prince Harry – A Mummy’s Boy Without a Mummy

Brainbox Jukebox – Drag Racer (The Doug Wood Band)


Archive (every post going back to 2018)

Blake’s 7

Break-Time Audios


THE OFF GRID LIFE by Martin Gregory

One couple’s attempt to start an off-grid life from scratch without any transferable skills and modest savings.

The successes, the failures and the embarrassments! An intimate ‘warts-all’ account of starting an off-grid life. One mistake at a time.

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MORRISON’S GHOST by Martin Gregory

Jim’s life goes to hell when he steps in to help his best friend. But no good deed ever goes unpunished, as Jim finds out when he is drawn into the dark side of environmental activism. Soon he is forced to stay one step ahead of the police, private detectives, mercenaries, undercover agents and celebrity activists – just to protect a scientist and an incredible discovery.

Morrison’s Ghost is the story of what happens when miraculous invention and environmental activism clash with the highest powers in the land.

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Heavy with a great burden, King Arthur ponders the future of his kingdom and the potency of his legacy. When Merlin speaks of realms beyond, of Annwn and portals to Otherworlds, the King spies the chance of lasting notoriety.

This new chapter of the Legend, told through prose and poems is the true story of Arthur’s demise, and is far stranger and more frightening than anyone – even Merlin – could possibly have foretold.

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