For this late-90s-era LA-based band, music was the sound of internal combustion. Their goth, hip-hop & hardcore influences can be clearly heard in frontman Dez Fafara's ominous whispers, guttural growls, and belligerent bellows, shredder Meeg's anarchistic guitar playing, as well as bassist Rayna and drummer Bug's relentless, thundering rhythms.

For this week's 'Crypts,' we're pulling the song/video that put Coal Chamber on the map in 1997:  "Loco."

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