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COAL CHAMBER announce UK + EURO Tour Dates!‏


Reactivated Los Angeles, California’s COAL CHAMBER are back and have confirmed to release their new album Rivals worldwide in May 2015 via Napalm Records! This is the band’s first new album in over thirteen years. With producer Mark Lewis at the helm, Rivals makes it seem as if COAL CHAMBER never took a break at all. They picked up right where they left off and have delivered what some may consider their best work to date.

In support of Rivals, COAL CHAMBER will be on a North American Headline Tour this Spring. Support on the tour will come from Filter, Combichrist and American Head Charge.
To celebrate the upcoming album and return of COAL CHAMBER with fans in Europe & the UK as well, the band has just unveiled an extensive UK & European tour! Catch a legend live:
As a band that stood as leaders at the forefront of new genres, constantly reinventing their sound and not fitting any mold except their own. With sold out tours, and millions of records sold, COAL CHAMBER owned the Scene from the mid nineties until their tumultuous breakup in May of 2002. Now they have returned to take their place at the top where they once were and intend to be there for years to come. Call it what you want, “The Return”, “The Second Coming of”, but no matter what you call it, be prepared for COAL CHAMBER to rule again.


COAL CHAMBER w/ Filter, Combichrist, and American Head Charge:
3/6: Tempe, AZ @ Marquee
3/7: Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
3/8: San Francisco, CA @ Regency Grand
3/9: Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
3/11: Seattle, WA @ Showbox at the Market
3/12: Portland, OR @ Roseland
3/13: Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
3/14: Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory
3/16: Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
3/17: Wichita, KS @ The Cottillion
3/18: Tulsa, OK @ Cains Ballroom
3/20: Milwaukee, WI @ Rave
3/21: Detroit, MI @ Harpos
3/22: Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
3/23: Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
3/25: Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
3/26: Toronto, ON @ Opera House
3/27: Niagara Falls, NY @ Rapids Theater
3/28: Worcester, MA @ Palladium
3/29: New York, NY @ Webster Hall
3/31: Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
4/1: Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater
4/2: Patchogue, NY @ The Emporium
4/3: Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
4/4: Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
4/6: Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls
4/7: Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
4/8: Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte
4/9: Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
4/11: Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
4/12: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live

Catch COAL CHAMBER live when they return to UK & Europe:
w/ Soil, American Head Charge & Dope

20.05.15 UK - Leeds / Stylus
21.05.15 UK - Norwich / THE LCR
22.05.15 UK - Warwick / Copper Rooms
23.05.15 UK - Notthingham / Rock City
24.05.15 SCO - Glasgow / ABC
26.05.15 UK - Bristol / Motion
27.05.15 UK - Exeter / Lemon Grove
28.05.15 UK - Brighton / Concorde 2
29.05.15 UK - Wolverhampton / Wulfrun
30.05.15 UK - Manchester / The Ritz
31.05.15 UK - London / Koko

w/ Soil & American Head Charge:

01.06.15 NL - Amsterdam / Melkweg Max
02.06.15 LUX - Luxembourg / Kulturfabrik
03.06.15 BE - Antwerp / Trix
04.06.15 DE - Wiesbaden / Schlachthof
07.06.15 AT - Vienna / Vienna Rocks

Rivals – The new album by COAL CHAMBER coming out:
19.05.2015 USA/CAN
22.05.2015 GSA
25.05.2015 UK

For More Info Visit:
www.facebook.com/coalchamberofficial
www.napalmrecords.com
www.facebook.com/napalmrecords

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