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Tempe , Arizona

Friday, March 6, 11:59 PM

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West Hollywood , California

Saturday, March 7, 06:00 PM

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Seattle , Washington

Wednesday, March 11, 07:00 PM

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Spokane , Washington

Friday, March 13, 07:00 PM

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Boise , Idaho

Saturday, March 14, 07:00 PM

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Denver , Colorado

Monday, March 16, 06:00 PM

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Milwaukee , Wisconsin

Friday, March 20, 06:00 PM

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Detroit , Michigan

Saturday, March 21, 05:00 PM

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Minneapolis , Minnesota

Monday, March 23, 07:00 PM

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Columbus , Ohio

Wednesday, March 25, 06:00 PM

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Worcester , Massachusetts

Saturday, March 28, 06:30 PM

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New York , New York

Sunday, March 29, 07:00 PM

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Sayreville , New Jersey

Friday, April 3, 06:00 PM

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Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania

Monday, April 6, 07:00 PM

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Norfolk , Virginia

Tuesday, April 7, 07:00 PM

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Charlotte , North Carolina

Wednesday, April 8, 07:00 PM

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Atlanta , Georgia

Thursday, April 9, 07:00 PM

Coal Chamber Past Tour Dates

Coal Chamber Tour Dates

Coal Chamber is an American nu metal band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1993. Prior to Coal Chamber, Dez Fafara and Meegs Rascón formed the band She's In Pain in 1992. The two decided to create Coal Chamber. They disbanded in 2003 after ten years together, but announced a reunion in September 2011. Their first drummer, Jon Tor, was eventually replaced by Mike Cox. After bass guitarist Rayna Foss joined, the Coal Chamber lineup was complete. In 1997, their first album, Coal Chamber, was released. They toured very heavily supporting this album. The album produced one single and a video, "Loco". The video was also added as an extra after the ending credits of Dee Snider's film, Strangeland. The band also recorded an exclusive song for the soundtrack, titled "Not Living". Chamber Music followed two years later. Between the two releases and after the band's tour with the metal act Sevendust, bass guitarist Rayna Foss married Sevendust's drummer Morgan Rose and became pregnant, necessitating another bass guitar player on tour, a role filled by Nadja Peulen. Foss came back for the recording of Coal Chamber's third album, but left after the studio sessions to raise her daughter, Kayla Moray Rose. Dark Days was released in spring 2002. Their only single and video was for the track "Fiend".