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Coal Chamber is back after a 13 year breakup and it is evident that they are back with full force and hind blazing! To me this is one of my favorite albums, if not my favorite album. It's loud, heavy and in your face. If these songs don't get your blood pumping then check your pulse you might be dead. Without a doubt my favorite band, I mean I have their logo tattooed on me and had the band sign it and got their signatures tattooed on me. If you're a Metal/Nu-Metal fan you must own this album. Again from start to finish it is a masterpiece.


Most albums like this are obvious cash-ins,but not this one. Once I heard I.O.U Nothing, it was at the top of my playlist on repeat. This is a sweet evolution for a band I’ve seen live many times in the 90’s and was saddened by their departure. Now they’re back and they sound like they picked up right where they left off. All the songs released so far are hard-hitting and great to work out to. This was a my era and I’m glad to see it making a resounding comeback. Great job, guys!

Great comeback

Now having listen to the full album. It is Coal Chamber at their best. Every track you can feel Dez’s heart and soul. You can feel the bass and the drums going full blast. Let’s not forgot about Meegs, every riff is just insane and sounds better then last riff. Having Uncle Al on one track is pretty cool too!


Formed: 1997

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Coal Chamber broke out of the Los Angeles alternative metal scene in 1997 with a sound often compared to Korn, although both bands formed around the same time and are quality representations of the scene's overall sound -- the heavy, detuned guitars of the murkiest Black Sabbath; grungy, noisy textures reminiscent of White Zombie or Tool; the white-knuckle intensity of Pantera and hardcore punk; and perhaps a few hip-hop-influenced beats à la Biohazard. Coal Chamber were formed in 1994 by vocalist/lyricist...
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