Coal Chamber

Los Angeles band Coal Chamber emerged at the height of the grunge era in 1993, but went on to participate in the subsequent rock revival known as nu metal. The band's gothic decorum, exuberant make-up, eccentric hairstyles and the suffocating, gloomy atmosphere that tends to emanate from its compositions, dominated by Dez Fafara's gravelly vocals, set them apart from the crowd of bands claiming to be part of this wave. Coal Chamber spawned three albums, Coal Chamber(1997), MusicChamber (1999) and Dark Days (2002), before tensions between singer and guitarist Miguel "Meegs" Rascón caused the band to implode in 2003. It would be eight years before the band finally got back together and announced its reformation, culminating in a new opus, Rivals, in 2015.

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