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Coal Chamber announces announcement; believed to related to new album plans

Posted by on August 8, 2014

Yesterday, Coal Chamber posted the following tweet to their Twitter: Monday Aug 11 be prepared for a COAL CHAMBER ANNOUNCEMENT ! We’re not sure what this is about, but widespread speculation is that Coal Chamber plans to announce that they’ve signed a new record deal and will be releasing a new album. A new album […]

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Video: Coal Chamber Perform First Shows Since Reuniting

Posted by on February 27, 2012

Back in September, Coal Chamber announced that they would be reforming for this year’s Australian Soundwave Festival. And this past weekend, the reunited nu-metal group performed their first shows together (including off dates with Marilyn Manson) in almost ten years. However, it hasn’t been all smooth sailing for Coal Chamber down under. Drummer Mikey “Bug” […]

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Coal Chamber To Reform For Australian Soundwave Shows

Posted by on September 26, 2011

Earlier this month, Dez Fafara (now of Devildriver) said that he’d be willing to do a few shows with his former Coal Chamber bandmates. Well it looks like it took no time for the nu metal group to book a couple of reunion shows. Fafara has confirmed that Coal Chamber will be reforming specifically for […]

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Dez Fafara Says He’d Be Willing To Play With Coal Chamber Again

Posted by on September 9, 2011

It’s pretty amazing if you think about how Dez Fafara has been able to reinvent himself with Devildriver following the demise of Coal Chamber. Yet even though Devildriver keeps him constantly recording and touring, it would appear that Fafara would have no problem playing with his former nu metal group again. When asked by myYearbook […]

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Half Of Coal Chamber Reunites

Posted by on September 9, 2009

Perhaps driven by the success of Devildriver, the rhythm section of Coal Chamber have reunited. Noisecreep reports that Nadja Peulen and Mike Cox have been playing together again and are looking for a guitarist and singer to complete the lineup. As facepalm-worthy as this may initially sound, it’s worth noting that this isn’t a Coal […]

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