Coma Rossi is a progressive rock band from India who just unleashed this great debut album upon the world. They’re a very cool band with a very large and diversified sound who draws you in with lots of melody and lots of mood and emotion. Drawing influence from classical progressive rock bands, and some from the better modern prog greats the band has fused a well written sound that only means there will be even better releases in the future. Lots of bands start off great with their first full length and then may fade afterwards, which happens sometimes. I don’t think that will be the case with Coma Rossi. You can check out the album here.
Tom Borah – Vocals
Udayan Kashalikar – Bass & Vocals
Juby Thomas – Keyboards
Gaurav Govilkar – Guitars
Anupam Panda – Drums
The album is a great piece of art with the band working as a collective unit. It’s on the more experimental, melodic, melancholic and atmospheric sound of progressive music rather than the mind blowing technicality of the genre. It has a heavy Pink Floyd influence, mixed in with the sound and depression of Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree. It isn’t so psychedelic and soft, it has some heavier moments as well (not death metal heavy, sorry headbangers). Give them a shot, you’ll love their emotional music and beautiful soaring vocal melodies.