Coma Beach’s fierce release “Nothing Right”

German Punk Rock band, Coma Beach, delivers a fierce single of raw energy and existential doubts in “Nothing Right”. Inspired by the play “Waiting for Godot” by Irish playwright and novelist Samuel Beckett. Out now!


Coma Beach is a band from, Würzburg, Germany formed by singer B. Kafka, guitarist Captain A. Fear and drummer M. Lecter, with bassist U. Terror and rhythm guitarist M. Blunt completing the lineup. Their influences span from Sex Pistols, Ramones, Hüsker Dü, Joy Division, The Cure, The Jesus and Mary Chain to Guns N’ Roses, Therapy? and Bad Religion, with their songs frequently straddling the line between punk rock and alternative rock.

After releasing their first single “Jesus’ Tears”, they are now back with track #2 from their upcoming album “The Scapegoat’s Agony“. As mentioned above, the album title is an allusion to “Waiting For Godot”, and will point towards the – for the most part- painful and excruciating emotional odyssey of the unnamed antihero. Yikes!

Taking stock of his deeply lamentable existence so far, the unnamed antihero erupts into a harrowing scream of anguish and disbelief.

“Nothing Right” really caught me off guard, I don’t know what I was expecting but it sure wasn’t this! Imagine my surprise when I started to listen to this energy-filled powerhouse of a track inspired by 80’s Punk Rock. It reminded me of one of my favorite bands ever, Killing Joke, as well as The Misfits.

“A punk rock powerhouse boasting a primal intensity and rawness that’s hard to find in today’s music”.

Uwe Kirchner love this quote from aother review so he shared with us.

Raw vocals screamed from the gut, angry guitar riffs, tyrannic drums, and rampaging bass are what constitute this single. Its poetic lyricism really contrasts with the underground vibe, existential verses that question the meaning of such pain and personal doomsday. The antihero seeks answers, and the vocals really express the anger and doubt in which he’s in.

This was one of our first truly punk rock-y songs and, a little further down the road, turned out to deliver kind of a mission statement for our album “The Scapegoat’s Agony”. Right next to “Jesus’ Tears”, it’s probably one of our most emblematic and anthemic songs.

Uwe Kirchner / Coma Beach

Such a powerful display, and a sound that is no longer easily found. Coma Beach dust off the bones of a forgotten genre and aim to give it back the light it once received.

So, go ahead and listen now on Spotify

Coma Beach press photo "Nothing Right"



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