COAL CHAMBER Guitarist Offers Update On Current Projects

COAL CHAMBER guitarist Miguel "Meegs" Rascon has posted the following message to the group's official web site (

"Hey fans, it's Meegs. It's been awhile since I've posted but I just wanted to keep everyone updated as to what's happening with me and the band.

"COAL CHAMBER is still going strong and working on the new B sides album. For the time being we're also working on other projects.

"As you know [vocalist] Dez [Fafara] is working on DEATHRIDE. [Bassist] Nadja [Peulen] is going strong with her clothing line CruelTees.

"I currently have a project called PIÑATA. You can check it out at It will all be up and running soon.

"As many are wondering what [former drummer] Mikey [Cox]'s been up to, he's currently working with Paige from ORGY.

"I want to thank every one of you for your support in COAL CHAMBER and our other projects that are heading your way. We will all see you in the near future.

"Thanks again, Meegs."


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