COAL CHAMBER bassist Nadja Peulen has posted the following message to her official web site, www.nadjaonline.com:"Hey everyone, went to the anti-war demonstration in L.A. this weekend. It was quite interesting and I ran into the guys from [SYSTEM OF A DOWN]. I am still hoping for a peaceful solution — for some of you who may get offended by this: This was anti-war and anti-Bush administration not anti-America or military. Besides that everything is the same here, no exciting [COAL CHAMBER] news really. I know [CC guitarist] Meegs is working on his side project and [CC vocalist] Dez [Fafara] will record in a week with DEATHRIDE. That leaves me working on CruelTees [clothing company] and writing by myself."
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