COAL CHAMBER Change Album Title Yet Again, Prepare First Single

February 4, 2002

COAL CHAMBER appear to have once again changed their minds with regards to the title of their forthcoming third full-length CD and have reverted to the original choice of Dark Days for the effort (after subsequent options of Salvation and Dark Salvation were apparently both discarded),which is due in late spring through Roadrunner Records. The album's first single, Fiend, is tentatively set to go for radio adds sometime next month. Produced by Ross Hogarth at Canoga Park, California's Rumbo Recorders Studios, Dark Days is set to include the following working song titles, among others:

01. One Step
02. Drove
03. Alienate Me
04. Beckon
05. Glow
06. Dark Days
07. Anxiety
08. Rowboat
09. Watershed
10. Fiend

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