Origin: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Genres: Nu-Metal
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Coal Chamber  


Without getting into any discussions about who came first, or whether one band is influenced by the other, the fact is that Coal Chamber bears more than a passing resemblance to Korn, right down to the downtuned guitars, the quirky/tortured vocal style, the drum rhythms, pretty much the entire style is similar. Having said that, it must be said that Coal Chamber doesn't merely sound like a Korn clone -- rather, they play this style quite well and with conviction. Their breakup was announced in July 2003, with vocalist Dez Fafara having since formed Devildriver.

Current Members

Dez Fafara

vocals (Devildriver)

Miguel "Meegs" Rascon

guitars/backing vocals

Rayna Foss-Rose

bass

Mike Cox

drums


Discography



Coal Chamber 
1997 Roadrunner
  1. Loco
  2. Bradley
  3. Oddity
  4. Unspoiled
  5. Big Truck
  6. Sway
  7. First
  8. Maricon Puto
  9. I
  10. Clock
  11. My Frustration
  12. Amir of the Desert
  13. Dreamtime
  14. Pig
  • Dez Fafara
  • Miguel "Meegs" Rascon
  • Rayna Foss-Rose
  • Mike Cox

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos 



Chamber Music 
1999 Roadrunner
  1. Mist
  2. Tragedy
  3. El Cu Cuy
  4. Untrue
  5. Tyler's Song
  6. What's In Your Mind?
  7. Not Living
  8. Shock The Monkey
  9. Burgundy
  10. Entwined
  11. Feed My Dreams
  12. My Mercy
  13. No Home
  14. Shari Vegas
  15. Notion
  16. Anything But You
  • Dez Fafara
  • Miguel "Meegs" Rascon
  • Rayna Foss-Rose
  • Mike Cox




Dark Days 
2002 Roadrunner
  • Dez Fafara
  • Miguel "Meegs" Rascon
  • Rayna Foss-Rose
  • Mike Cox


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