Coma Beach – ‘The Scapegoat’s Agony’
Hailing from Würzburg, Coma Beach have released the stunning album, ‘The Scapegoat’s Agony’. It is an indie-rock release that needs to be on your new music playlist this week.
‘The Past Of The Future’ opens the release and sets the scene beautifully as to what is to come. It is a track that gently swims into the sonic spectrum evolving into a rock masterpiece.
In addition, ‘Mind Descending’ is a standout song, complete with excellent musicianship and charismatic vocal performances. Moreover, we adore ‘Passion’, it takes the album in a fresh direction with a solo guitar beginning that is soon joined by memorable melodies and intelligent chordal progressions.
Also, ‘Extreme Masochist’ is a textured track featuring thought-provoking lyrics and attitude-filled melodies. Finally, ‘The Final Door’ closes the release wonderfully and will have you reaching for the repeat button.
Coma Beach says about the release, “The band’s English lyrics draw on numerous themes and motifs from various authors, such as the existentialist view of the world’s utter meaninglessness, as portrayed in Samuel Beckett’s plays and novels; the satirical-sarcastic approach to the absurdities of human existence, as employed in Douglas Adams’s narratives; the often tragic and – not infrequently – self-inflicted conflicts that countless characters have to suffer through in William Shakespeare’s plays; or Arthur Schopenhauer’s system of a radical metaphysical pessimism.”
Coma Beach cites their influences as coming from artists such as the Sex Pistols, Ramones, Hüsker Dü, Joy Division, The Cure, The Jesus and Mary Chain, and Guns N’ Roses. We can hear these muses on ‘The Scapegoat’s Agony’, but Coma Beach stands shoulder-to-shoulder with any of these bands.
‘The Scapegoat’s Agony’ is the debut album from Coma Beach. It is an engaging and addictive release that sets Coma Beach apart from the crowd. We are thrilled to have discovered this magnificent album and can not wait to hear what will come next. Until then, enjoy ‘The Scapegoat’s Agony’ from the player below today!
FVMusicBlog March 2023
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