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COAL CHAMBER RELEASE DETAILS ABOUT NEW ALBUM

COAL CHAMBER RELEASE DETAILS ABOUT NEW ALBUM

Many of you may remember Coal Chamber, the legendary alt-metal band of the 90s, and most of you probably know that the band reformed officially back in 2011. They’ve been busy touring since, but no word on a potential new album has come forward, until now at least. The band has officially announced it’s first record in almost 13 years, Rivals, for release via Napalm on May 19th. The band’s lineup now has the current Devildriver singer Dez Fafara pulling vocals, who also commented on the release of the record, saying:

“This record was over 13 years in the making, and I promise this record won’t disappoint and will be worth the wait!
“‘Rivals’ is solid through and through, there’s maturity and growth in the music while still maintaining the true Coal Chamber sound and delivering track after track of killer tunes!
“We had a great time working together on this record, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we do!”

Along with this, the band also released the track listing for the new album:

1. I.O.U. Nothing
2. Bad Blood Between Us
3. Light in the Shadows
4. Suffer in SIlence
5. The Bridges You Burn
6. Orion
7. Another Nail in the Coffin
8. Rivals
9. Wait
10. Dumpster Dive
11. Over My Head
12. Fade Away (Karma Never Forgets)
13. Empty Handed
14. Worst Enemy


Along with the release of the new album, the band will go on a North American tour in support of the album, starting on March 6th in Tempe, Arizona, running to their last show on April 12th in Dallas. The band is also offering a VIP package for the tour, which includes an exclusive t-shirt, exclusive poster, souvenir laminate, early entry to the show, and a meeting with the band! Not only that, but they will be supported by Filter, Combichrist, American Head Charge, and Saint Ridley. You can check out the dates for the tour, along with the details for the tickets below.


Tour dates:

3/6 Tempe, Arizona
3/7 West Hollywood, California
3/8 San Francisco, California
3/9 Sacramento, California
3/11 Seattle, Washington
3/12 Portland, Oregon
3/13 Spokane, Washington
3/14 Boise, Idaho
3/16 Denver, Colorado
3/17 Wichita, Kansas
3/18 Tulsa, Oklahoma
3/20 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
3/21 Detroit, Michigan
3/22 Joliet, Illinois
3/23 Minneapolis, Minnesota
3/25 Columbus, Ohio
3/26 Toronto, Canada
3/27 Niagara Falls, New York
3/28 Worcester, Maine
3/29 New York, New York
3/31 Baltimore, Maryland
4/1 Hartford, Connecticut
4/2 Patchogue, New York
4/3 Sayreville, New Jersey
4/4 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4/6 Millvale, Pennsylvania
4/7 Norfolk, Virginia
4/8 Charlotte, North Carolina
4/9 Atlanta, Georgia
4/10 Pensacola, Florida
4/11 Houston, Texas
4/12 Dallas, Texas
4/25 Sao Paulo, Brazil
4/28 Miguel Hadalgo, Mexico

 

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