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“Undoubtedly the strongest debut effort I’ve come across in many years. Take steps to check this one out, it’s most definitely worth your while. ” -KEVIN SELLERS, MUSIC EMISSIONS
"This is not the psychedelic band that your parents encountered at Woodstock in the 60's. The Oxford Coma is a rock'n roll beast waiting to consume the unsuspecting ears of any virgin listener to grunge music." -SENSEITIONAL, IAMENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE
"...something of a composite of Tool, Primus, Nirvana, System of a Down, The Mars Volta, Muse, and Incubus. The description seems accurate in select places — not overall — and doesn't give the band enough credit for its singular creation." -GLENN BURNSILVER, PHOENIX NEWTIMES
"If ever there was a break out band in the making, it's The Oxford Coma." -GLENN BURNSILVER, PHOENIX NEWTIMES
"Citing bands like Tool, Nirvana, Primus, and The Mars Volta as influences, The Oxford Coma’s music can only be summed up in one word; Awesome." -MELLINA DELLAMARGIO, VALLEYHYPE MAGAZINE
“Their debut album is a strange crossroads where Tool and Helmet meet to have coffee with Nirvana and the Red Hot Chili Peppers to plan an evening with Queens of the Stone Age, Incubus and The Mars Volta. Keep that in mind, now remember it’s a power trio.” -MITCHELL HILLMAN, JAVA MAGAZINE
"...I really do think this album is a huge dose of what rock has been lacking lately...progressive songwriting, skillful musicianship and memorable hooks. It all sounds so much like so much of what I loved growing up, and that's the greatest praise I can give it. Rating: 9/10" -SOLITARYMAN, MUSICEMMISIONS.COM
"...there are bands so creative and musically honest, like Phoenix-bred The Oxford Coma, where it is simply better to allow the music to speak for itself. I could ramble for the next page and a half describing all of the subtleties and frenetic emotional shifts the band traverses during the mere three songs on its latest EP INFRASTATIC, but any effort to use adjective-laden words will simply fall short of the wicked joy extracted from a full-attention listening experience." -MARK_MORTON, MUSICEMISSIONS.COM
  • Ellipsis
  • BBS
  • Last To Die
  • Rim Liquors
  • Mime
  • Seven
  • Stall 3
  • Adonis
  • Lictosy
  • Pirate Song
  • Ether Moths
  • Peregrine
  • Ghosts of Departed Quantities

“Undoubtedly the strongest debut effort I’ve come across in many years. Take steps to check this one out, it’s most definitely worth your while. ”

Kevin Sellers, Music Emissions
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Welcome to The Oxford Coma Band Page

In a world…no, just kidding. God, can you imagine? Welcome to The Oxford Coma’s highly sophisticated and completely serious band page. The Oxford Coma is a ‘progressive psychedelic grunge rock’ trio–kind of like a combination of Tool, The Mars Volta, Primus, Nirvana, Muse, System of a Down, and ‘Science’ era Incubus. If that sounds like your piece of pie, then hang out and look around, listen to the tracks, watch the videos, and spend lots of money.  If not then go away because you’re not cool and we don’t like you.  And, no, our name has nothing to do with Vampire Weekend. Super duper smooches! Bye bye then.

Thanks for visiting!

For booking and other inquiries (such as: who’s the smartass who wrote the content for this page?) please email:
billy@theoxfordcoma.com

hint: it was me.


The Oxford Coma’s debut, Adonis.

“Their debut album is a strange crossroads where Tool and Helmet meet to have coffee with Nirvana and the Red Hot Chili Peppers to plan an evening with Queens of the Stone Age, Incubus and The Mars Volta. Keep that in mind, now remember it’s a power trio.”

Mitchell Hillman, JAVA Magazine
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The Oxford Coma is currently writing their second album with the recent addition of drummer Anthony Chamberlain.  They have spent most of the summer gigging around Phoenix, solidifying the new lineup, with a few trips to California in the meantime.  They recently opened for Soulfly at The Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ, and played the World Famous Whisky A Go-Go in Los Angeles.

They have been widely well received by music critics from all over the world, having been reviewed and published in London, Wales, Berlin, and all over the United States.  The first album, ‘Adonis’ is the music playing right now.  Please visit the ‘music’ tab to see a full track listing as well as purchasing options.

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