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Tag Archives: Coal Chamber

Metal Hammer reveal their 40 best nu-metal songs of all time

Posted by on October 23, 2019

Metal Hammer compiled a list of The 40 Best Nu-Metal Songs Of All Time. We are a bit surprised by this list, and it has nothing to do with the song rankings. The list seems more of a clump of hits from the mid-90s up until the early 2000s. This being instead of the genre […]

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Static-X’s ‘Wisconsin Death Trip’ 20th Anniversary tour is the nostalgia every nu-metalhead needs right now

Posted by on June 20, 2019

Yes, the metal community can be split between nu metal and everything else. However, if you include every single subgenre in metal, there are many different flavors not everyone will agree on. WIth that being said, Static-X kicked off the Wisconsin Death Trip 20th anniversary tour (check out the second leg of dates here) on […]

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Dez Fafara calls shenanigans amidst Coal Chamber reunion rumors

Posted by on May 16, 2019

DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara has responded to reports of a Coal Camber reunion calling one report “So far off base,” using #Clickbait to punctuate his point. The reports originated when Fafara posted a cryptic Tweet that said: “Few guests coming up in LA that might know those tunes real well and 90 tickets left FAIR […]

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Coal Chamber members reunite in LA

Posted by on May 13, 2019

It seems Devildriver frontman Dez Fafara had a fun Friday night as he met up with his former Coal Chamber bandmates guitarist Miguel “Meegs” Rascón and bassist Nadja Peulen. Fafara posted the picture on his instagram captioning “About last night ‘WE’ …have no apologies.” Peulen also shared the same picture with her Instagram and wrote: […]

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DevilDriver’s Dez Fafara explains his decision on playing Coal Chamber music on upcoming Static-X tour

Posted by on January 23, 2019

DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara broke his Coal Chamber silence  yesterday by announcing that he will play Coal Chamber songs during the group’s upcoming tour with Static-X. As exciting as this is, the nostalgic reveal isn’t quite surprising as it’s safe to say, this trek is the perfect time to unleash these classic tunes. Following his […]

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Dez Fafara: “Nu-metal is some of the most artistic sh*t on the planet”

Posted by on August 14, 2018

It’s not always easy to cut the cord from projects that you love. However, sometimes it’s better to move on and focus on the present rather than relishing the past. It’s safe to say that Dez Fafara has moved on from Coal Chamber. For those who are curious, he has already answered and explained himself […]

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Like the coal industry, Coal Chamber’s future doesn’t seem promising

Posted by on June 20, 2017

Since the initial dissolution of Coal Chamber in 2003, Dez Fafara has kept himself busy with Devildriver, his own band. More than a side project, by the time Coal Chamber reformed in 2011, there was probably at least one generation that had no idea he was in a band before then. However, the band put […]

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Devildriver’s Dez Fafara, his mom appear in Honda commercial

Posted by on January 13, 2017

Sometimes things don’t turn out the way you’d expect. For example, Devildriver’s Dez Fafara, a man who first rose to popularity via a Coal Chamber song called “Big Truck,” has found himself in a Honda commercial along with his mom. According to his Instagram post, he and his mom went to a flea market (or […]

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Devildriver show you their night sky with new track

Posted by on May 6, 2016

In one week, Devildriver will be unleashing their seventh album, and first in three years, Trust No One. This is kind of a reboot for the band, as frontman Dez Fafara took some time last year to release a reunion album with Coal Chamber. In the time off, the band has also undergone some lineup changes, […]

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‘Spin’ names their top 40 covers by nu-metal bands

Posted by on April 28, 2016

Back in the ’90s and early aughts, the nu-metal explosion found bands, some of which had no reasons being signed, thrust upon us in the wake of Korn, Deftones and Limp Bizkit’s success. Granted, some of those bands were great, and others not so much. What they all had in common was that one of […]

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