Power of Metal.dk Review

Don't Set Your Dogs On Me
Style: Alternative Rock
Release date: 9 February, 2013
Playing time: 56:10

This is the sixth album of Polish band Coma. Not my cup of tea, but within their genre they are a band to reckoned with. Outside their home country they are not that known, but in their own country they already opened for Pearl Jam, Linkin Park and Tool! So they do something right.

The music is American alternative rock with grunge influences. If you are a fan of Creed, Live and Staind I am sure you will like this stuff. The production is good, the songs are mature, you can hear that they are an experienced band. The term Nu-metal can be mentioned here too. There is enough variation on this album, from more aggressive passages to softer parts, aggressive singing combined with clean vocals and so on.

The rating can not be negative because it all sounds well, but it is not my personal opinion, because it doesn't make my piss boil.

01. Keep the Peace
02. With You
03. Always Summer
04. Dance With a Queen
05. Rainy Song
06. Late
07. Lion
08. Furious Fate
09. Don't Set Your Dogs on Me
10. Song 4 Boys
11. Moscow
12. A Better Man
13. When the Music is a Flame
Label: Edel Germany
Distribution: Playground Music (Scandinavia)
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 6 February, 2013
Website: www.coma.art.pl