“I don’t think that we’re gonna tour ever again together and probably never gonna make music together again.”
We’re talkin’ Nine Inch Nails, Blink-182, Marilyn Manson. Oh, and Cher.
“I know my friend had one of the TOP fests in the world & helped a ton of bands, me included.”
UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. In news that might shock the monkey, Coal Chamber could be playing Soundwave 2016. As you’re reading this, Dez Fafara and festival boss AJ Maddah are chatting on IM, likely working out the logistics of getting the band on board next year’s lineup, which has still
Reformed nu metal stalwarts Coal Chamber are continuing their comeback with a brand-new album, dubbed Rivals, due to drop in the first half of this year. The band’s first record in over 13 years was tracked, in part, at Florida’s renowned Audiohammer studios, with producer Mark Lewis (Devildriver, Cannibal Corpse) fame, behind the desk. “I
Talking to Mikey at the Music Feeds Remote HQ at Soundwave Festival today, legendary nu metal act Coal Chamber dropped a few tasty tidbits as to the prospect of a new album following their reunion, as well as future tour plans.
Marilyn Manson has announced Australian tour dates on the back of their appearance on the Soundwave 2012 line-up next year. They’ll be doing 3 sideshows at Eaton Hill Hotel in Brisbane, Enmore Theatre in Sydney and Metro City in Perth, with Coal Chamber and Wednesday 13 and Motionless in White. Very rarely does an artist
Dez Fafara has announced that Coal Chamber will reform to play on the Soundwave 2012 tour.