I can’t go on. I’ve suffered for too long.
From the depths of Walk in Coma’s hallucinatory nightmares comes their brand new single… Suffer.
The second single to be taken from the Essex metaller’s forthcoming EP, ‘Human Condition’, Suffer is an all-out assault on the senses, relentless from the brash beginning to the chaotic end.
The accompanying video (filmed by Gallow Wood Media) showcases bizarre and macabre Lynchian inspired imagery from the pits of your darkest dreams as the band thrash at their instruments and vocalist Alex spits out the warning:
Kick back at the world before they fucking own you.
Suffer will be released independently by the band across all major streaming platforms on Friday 19th May 2023 with its accompanying video premiering on YouTube at 19:00 the same day. Make sure you catch up on Walk in Coma’s socials to see behind-the-scenes footage, play-throughs, meanings behind the lyrics and even a game of “What’s he screaming at me?!”.
In our words – Suffer is a beast of a track that captures the groovy, energetic, and intense side of Walk in Coma. It’s an aggressive attack that is erratically energetic and deceptively catchy. Which really does speak volumes about Walk in Coma as this is them at their heaviest sounding too.
Essex alternative metal band, Walk in Coma, have been a staple of the live circuit for many years, formed of former schoolmates Alex Adlington (vocals) and Mark Elliott (guitar), long-term bassist Tom Case and recently, Nicole Lastauskas (guitar).
Well-received EP’s ‘Narrenturm’ and ‘Blur the Line of Fiction and Fate’ have earned the band support slots with the likes of Funeral for a Friend, Breed 77, Cancer Bats, Red Method and Heart of a Coward. Their fercious live show got them to the final of Essex Metal to the Masses 2019 and on top of many billings along the South-east coast.
Their latest single ‘Dead Reckoning’, from the upcoming EP, ‘Human Condition’ has already turned heads and the band have been booked for some of their biggest ever shows and festival appearances across the UK.