Claudio Sanchez Breaks Down My Brother’s Blood Machine
Claudio Sanchez is the incredibly talented frontman of the band Coheed and Cambria, and when he’s not singing and writing music, he’s busy writing novels and comics, with titles such as Year of the Black Rainbow, The Amory Wars, Kill Audio, Translucid, Key of Z, and My Brother’s Blood Machine from his label Evil Ink Comics.
My Brother’s Blood Machine marks the latest title to come out of Evil Ink Comics and takes readers into a six-issue mini-series following the townsfolk of Margretville and the secrets beneath this quiet town scratching their way onto the surface. The series delivers a familiarity to slasher horror that we love while being elevated by the creative prowess of Sanchez alongside writer Steve Niles and artist Andrew Ritchie.
My Brother’s Blood Machine‘s full description reads:
A new era of slasher horror is born! A teenage girl desperate to escape from an abusive home. A high school misfit wrongfully accused of murder. An abominable secret waiting in the woods. Margretville is troubled, but they’ve no idea the disturbing truths looming beneath the surface of their otherwise picturesque town.
From the creative mind of Claudio Sanchez, written by Steve Niles, and brought to life with art from Andrew Ritchie, this long-awaited series based on The Prize Fighter Inferno’s debut album of the same name is sure to shock, satisfy, and terrify.
My Brother’s Blood Machine, all six issues of this series are available now, along with all the other great books mentioned above on Evil Ink’s website or at your favorite local comic shop! You don’t have to be a fan of the music to check out these books! They are extremely well written, and if you are a fan of horror, then you should definitely go out of your way to check out My Brother’s Blood Machine!
Don’t just take our word for it. We had the mastermind behind it all, Sanchez join us to talk about a mixed bag of topics including My Brother’s Blood Machine. Check out the full interview below:
A jack of many trades, but a master of none, Chris dabbles in many nerdy hobbies including toy collecting, reading comics, writing fiction, reading novels, and playing video games. He’s also a huge wrestling fan, and knows more about it than most normal people should.
When he’s not writing or hosting podcasts for Geek Network, he can be found listening to podcasts and hanging out with his wife, his two daughters, and his little dog Gertie.