The Coma Recovery photographed by Failed Experiment

The Coma Recovery

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Hometown: Albuquerque, NM (USA)


Defining itself with origins in Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Coma Recovery (formerly known as Persona Projector) has been releasing its atmospheric hybrid of progressive rock upon the southwest for close to three years, bolstered by passionate musicians with a consensual desire to create inspirational music and demand its progress.

In January 2006, The Coma Recovery headed to Seattle to record their first full length album at The Red Room with Chris Common (of These Arms Are Snakes). The resulting disc is a seven–song, 52 minute epic of progressive/experimental post–hardcore. Slated for release on Chicago's Failed Experiment Records in June of this year, with national distribution through Ryko, The Coma Recovery are in the process of booking 70+ tour dates from mid–May through early September, focusing on the western half of the United States.


The Coma Recovery Drown That Holy End in Wine

The Coma Recovery

Drown That Holy End in Wine (2006)

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