|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Beaver Records EP||2||mp3||2010||Beaver Records (5)|
|2||My Brother's Blood Machine||12||mp3||2006-10-31||Equal Vision Records|
|3||Half Measures||4||mp3||2012||Evil Ink Comics|
|4||Half Measures||4||mp3||2012||Evil Ink Comics|
|5||Half Measures||4||mp3||2013-04-20||Evil Ink Comics|
|6||Half Measures||4||mp3||2013||Evil Ink Comics|
The Prize Fighter Inferno is an 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. According to My Brother's Blood Machine liner notes, Claudio recorded the album over a period of seven years with "...random recording devices...". As of August 2009, Sanchez has been reportedly working on a follow up album to 2006's "My Brother's Blood Machine" releasing updates of the album's status on his Twitter account every few months. 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" vinyl along with another song called "Erizo Schultz" on February 2010. The vinyl credits both Claudio Sanchez and his wife Chondra Echert as "The Prize Fighter Inferno". An EP was released for New York Comic Con 2012 titled "Half Measures" with tracks, Elm Street Lover Boy, Simple Fix, Pistol Pete Matty, and Half Measures. On Record Store Day, the EP was released as a Glow in the Dark vinyl 10".