COMA To Release New Album In October

Polish metallers COMA will release their new album, "Excess", on October 11 via Mystic Production.

According to a press release, "Excess" was recorded in the spring of 2010 and will feature the following 12 songs:

01. Excess
02. Transfusion
03. Poisonous Plants
04. Confusion
05. T.B.T.R.
06. Struggle
07. Afternoons In The Colour Of Lemon
08. Witnesses Of The Decline Of The Eternal Boys Land
09. Silence And Fire
10. Eckhart

Bonus tracks:

11. F.T.P.
12. F.T.M.O.

A video for the song "F.T.M.O." is currently in the works.

COMA is described in a press release as "the most popular and most impressive Polish metal band of XXI century after dominating the official charts in their home country (album 'Live' released as double CD, double DVD and Blu-ray had debuted this spring at position No. 3, leaving behind new releases of SCORPIONS, MADONNA and GOLDFRAPP, and went platinum just three days after release date)."

COMA's last album was released in 2008 and was certified double platinum in Poland for sales in excess of 50,000 copies.


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