U.S. nu-metal legends Coal Chamber took a hefty 13-year break but before they went on hiatus, they thrilled thousands of fans worldwide with the wickedest of all grooves that churned out 90s anthems like ‘Loco’ and ‘Big truck’. Frontman Dez Fafara went on to reach superstardom with DevilDriver, but there`s nothing like old love: Rivals is Coal Chamber`s fourth album and has been produced by Mark Lewis (Whitechapel, DevilDriver). Behold: the trademarks of the band encounter exciting and mature songwriting; all adding up to one furious comeback!
Gearing up for the release of “Rivals”, Metal Wani writer Dallas Luckey had a chat with drummer Mikey Cox. He discusses All Things Coal Chamber, new album “Rivals”, songwriting, reunion, dream lineup, Upcoming European tour and much more.
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