Roadrunner Records has posted a previously unreleased COAL CHAMBER track, titled "Headstones And The Walking Dead", at this location. "Headstones And The Walking Dead" comes off the group's forthcoming collection of B-sides and rarities, "Giving The Devil His Due", due on August 19.Says Roadrunner Records Head of A&R Monte Conner, "Originally titled 'Dramatic', this song was tracked in the autumn of 1996 during the sessions for the self-titled COAL CHAMBER debut album, but for some reason, vocals were never completed and the song has sat incomplete in some storage facility until recently when it was unearthed and earmarked for the 'Giving The Devil His Due' album. [COAL CHAMBER singer] Dez [Fafara] went back this past May and added brand new vocals — vocals that are for the most part, more in the style he used on the  'Dark Days' album."
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