Following rock media support in Canada, Toronto alt-rockers In My Coma are back today with their anthemic and powerful new single, Next Life. The new song arrives with a cinematic video and showcases their command of slick rock melodies and grungy, potent guitar riffs.
Fans of Nirvana, Alice In Chains and 30 Seconds To Mars will find plenty to like here.
“The overall message of this song is that despite the past, there’s always time to do things differently, to remedy old wounds,” explains frontman Jasper James on the new single. “But that decision is yours to make – and the right choice is rarely easy and often the road less travelled. It may be too late to change the past, but it’s never too late to change the future.”
From struggle comes strength, from perseverance comes professionalism and from passion comes creative excellence. For Toronto-based alternative rock band In My Coma, their new album Next Life is a landmark musical statement enveloped by epic arrangements, meshed with powerful melodies, insistent guitar riffs and a dark emotional intensity that infuses every note and every lyric. Next Life was produced by Mark Makoway, co-founder of the Juno Award-winning band Moist, who has produced the likes of Hey Rosetta, Wide Mouth Mason and Colin James.
In My Coma has worked hard to build a solid fan base, touring coast-to-coast and sharing the stage with the likes of Sum 41, Moist, USS, and Neverending White Lights. They have enthralled audiences with their fresh take on 90s-influenced Alt-Rock with a dose of the emotionally darker side of the 80s synth-pop scene.