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Musically they explore new boundaries: you will find metal meeting neo-classical arrange-ments; melancholic guitars combined with heavy riffs; expressive songwriting leading into catchy refrains. A distorted cello shows the path, thundering drums step forwad and an abysmal bass-sound leaves you behind, trembling... Yet you'll find Sonja
's voice enthroning the scenery all over! Surprisingly, sudden changes in tempo or timbre may suggest a progressive ambition seldomly heard in this specific genre.
Already the opener 'Burn Sister' defines what's being aimed at: starting as a never-to-be-tamed riff-monster it takes its time to take a brake within a ballad-like part until it leads into a bombastic, final blowup. But even songs like the catchy 'From Time to Time' or the impulsve 'Fast Lane' show Coma Divine
's musical diversity and strength.