Most visited pages on www.athousandtorches.com in 2010

Thank you for a great year!  Though conceived in early 2008, A Thousand Torches was born in April 2010.  Our glimmering presence existed as merely a tumblelog, but with donations contributed, we’ve been able to bring aKt closer to the complete vision of the website.  Our Den (resource / archive) and Campsite (community bulletin board forum) are in development, and we’ve been in the habit of posting a rare thefamily3 song for download each month.  Over 300 pages currently exist in the Den and over 500 snippets have been shared on the Tumblelog!  During that time we’ve also begun to build an extensive collection of interviews, lyrics, detailed discographies…  there’s a wealth of information just waiting to be uncovered!  And plenty more to come!  As 3 goes into their 18th year of being a band and gets ready to release their 7th album, www.athousandtorches.com is prepared to be there!

We here at aKt look forward to spending another year with YOU as well as our favorite music!  Stay safe and have a healthy new year!  A Thousand Torches wouldn’t exist without its community.  <3

  1. TERRIBLE THINGS release eponymous track – the journey so far
  2. 3 Discussion – New Album 2011?
  3. Video – Coheed and Cambria – “Time Consumer” and “Delirium Trigger – live at Vassar College on November 11, 2001
  4. thefamily3 News – Nightmares For A Week release debut Music Video (and it’s an Alternative Press exclusive!)
  5. Past Concerts – Dec 11, 2010 – EGO – Harmony (Wok N Roll) – Woodstock, NY, USA
  6. Project Thread – Session 606
  7. Nightmares For A Week release album details
  8. Project Thread – A Scream For The Memory
  9. Audio – Anadivine featuring Claudio Sanchez – “Cross Your Heart”
  10. Interview – Bad Brains from NY Rocker 50 (1982)
  11. John The Baker BANNED in Germany
  12. Photo – Coheed and Cambria by Jeremy Saffer (2006)
  13. thefamily3 at NYC’s CMJ Marathon 2010
  14. A Benefit for the Jason Foster Tribute Concert
  15. Interview – Now What: H.R. & Dr. Know (1981)
  16. Interview – Mic Todd with KSUB
  17. About
  18. Audio – Counterfeit Disaster featuring Travis Stever – “Devil’s Handshake”
  19. Interview – Claudio Sanchez with Jim Ward
  20. Photo – Claudio Sanchez, Charlie Errante, Jimmy Eppard, Travis Stever, and the Babicz hookup
  21. Project Profile – The Flatline Symphony
  22. Video – Terrible Things – “The Song Remains The Same” (Led Zeppelin cover song) into “The Hills of Birmingham” – live at Gramercy Theater on October 20, 2010
  23. Project Profile – Divest
  24. What is a Tumblelog?
  25. Special aKt Media
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