Here's a bit for you: Dez Fafara's new project Deathride is no more...well, it is no longer called 'Deathride.' Here forward - due to legalities - it shall now be known as DevilDriver. Dez Fafara tells, "It seems there are many Deathrides
Coal Chamber's new album, Giving The Devil His Due, isn't new at all. In fact, some of the over 20 tracks that make up this album were recorded over 5 years ago. . . and that is what makes this album so special.
Not a traditional "B-sides"
some current notes of interest from the studio this week:
36 Crazyfists - they start pre-production of their sophomore Roadrunner release on May 1st up in Portland with producer James Wisner. The recording of this beast will take place in
We told previously of a Coal Chamber b-sides album in the works, an album which should be coming this summer...and now we have a few more words to tell. Actually, Dez has a few more words to tell, and they go exactly like this:
Hello, this is
Some news for you Coal Chamber fans out there...Coming this Spring we will be releasing some sides of Coal Chamber you have probably never heard: B-sides from the first, second, and third Coal Chamber albums as well as some unreleased material that
Deathride, the new band featuring Coal Chamber vocalist Dez Fafara, is ringing in the New Year with rehearsals, new music, recording a new record, and getting on the great tour road. Dez speaks as follows:
"Rehearsals started again on
Change is afoot in the Coal Chamber camp. The band has parted ways with drummer Mike Cox and management company Left Bank. Founding members Dez and Meegs wish both all the best for their future endeavors. Replacements are not yet known.
And so a
Thoughts from Coal Chamber's Dez Fafara:
Hey, this is Dez. First off, I'd like to thank anyone who has supported Coal Chamber either in the past or in the present. We understand we don't make music for the masses and I'm proud of what we do.