COAL CHAMBER: Tonight's Denver Concert To Be Streamed Live Via YAHOO!

COAL CHAMBER: Tonight's Denver Concert To Be Streamed Live Via YAHOO!

COAL CHAMBER, the reformed '90s alt-metal band fronted by current DEVILDRIVER singer Dez Fafara, has teamed up with Live Nation and Yahoo! to stream the group's March 16 concert from Denver, Colorado. This is one of 365 concerts to stream over a 12-month period on the Live Nation channel on Yahoo! Screen.

Fans can tune in on March 16 at 10:10 p.m. MT at this location. They will also have the freedom to stream the concert wherever they are through Yahoo! Screen on iOS, Android, mobile web, desktop, and smart TV platforms, including Apple TV, Roku and Xbox 360.

COAL CHAMBER's comeback album, "Rivals", will be released on May 19 North America via Napalm. The group's first CD in over thirteen years was recorded in part at Audiohammer studio in Sanford, Florida with producer Mark Lewis (DEVILDRIVER, CANNIBAL CORPSE).

Support on COAL CHAMBER's current U.S. trek — which runs through April 12 in Dallas, Texas — is coming from FILTER, COMBICHRIST and AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE.

COAL CHAMBER is offering an exclusive VIP Package for every date on the tour. It includes a meet-and-greet with the band, exclusive t-shirt, exclusive poster, souvenir laminate and early entry (where applicable).

Bassist Nadja Peulen returned to COAL CHAMBER in November 2013 following the departure of Canadian musician Chela Rhea Harper, who joined the band in late 2011 and toured with the group for nearly two years.

Peulen replaced Rayna Foss in 1999 during Rayna's pregnancy for almost 12 months while the band was on the road supporting its second album, "Chamber Music". Rayna came back to the band after her pregnancy leave and recorded COAL CHAMBER's third album, "Dark Days". Shortly after recording "Dark Days", Rayna quit the band and Nadja was recruited for the touring cycle that followed the CD's release. The band broke up during the "Dark Days" tour in 2002 and reunited nine years later.

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