Artist Coal Chamber
Album Dark Days
Produced By Ross Hogarth
- B. Dez Fafara vocals
- Miguel Rascon - guitar, backing vocals
- Rayna Foss Rose bass
- Mike Cox drums
Mixed By Ross Hogarth, Mark Kiczula
Engineered By Ross Hogarth, Jeremy Blair
Mastered By Ted Jensen
Recorded At Rumbo Recording Studios, Canoga Park, CA.
Record Label Roadrunner Records
- 1). Fiend
- 2). Glow
- 3). Watershed
- 4). Something Told Me
- 5). Dark Days
- 6). Alienate Me
- 7). One Step
- 8). Friend?
- 9). Rowboat
- 11). Empty Jar
- 12). Beckoned
When you hear "Dark Days" your mind does not automatically think flowers and sunshine. Coal Chamber's new CD, "Dark Days" matches equally with the heavy,
darkness of vocalist Dez Fafara. With heavy guitar riffs, funky basslines and solid slamming on the drums, Coal Chamber is clearly proving they can grab the audience's attention.
Gloomy, strong sounds, combined with feelings of rage and aggression develop
a unique style that Coal Chamber dominates. The lyrics are not only filled with animosity, but also frantic emotions that play with the mind. The intense lyrics from "Friend?" states that friendships are not always worthwhile. With the evil growls that haunt the friendship, the song is filled with raw madness.
"Dark Days" not only separates Heaven and Hell, but also darkens shadows that continually develop throughout the entire CD. Reflecting off of their music, Coal Chamber has a mysterious, creative appearance that leaves their fans connecting anxiously. With high intensity, screams echo over the powerful music, leaving a heart-wrenching, mind-aching, soul-twisting reality that can be recognized and shared.
A powerful, veering album with dark forceful sounds