One of the most intruging bits of news to come out of the Coal Chamber reunion was that they recorded a track that featured guest vocals from legendary Ministry main man, Al Jourgensen. In an interview with ARTISTdirect.com back in January, Coal Chamber frontman Dez Fafara spoke of the collaboration saying:
"[Al's] a good friend for a long time and a legend. He came to my house. We ate Italian food, drank wine, and had a great time recording together. "No other artist would have 'fit' the bill to collaborate with us, as Al straddles both metal and goth the same way Coal Chamber does. His music in Ministry is the bridge between metal and the dark. He's a great guy, and I'm humbled to have worked alongside him."
The "good time" certainly comes across in their new track, "Suffer In Silence," for which we are premiering the lyric video below. It's a fun nu-metal tune with a catchy hook, on which Al lends some help. Take a listen:
Let us know what you think of the track in the comments…
The track comes off Coal Chamber's new album, Rivals, which is out May 19th on Napalm Records. You can pre-order the CD for only $10 at Amazon.com.