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March 10, 2015
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M3 is the third album independently released by the nu metal band Mushroomhead. It was released in 1999 on their own label. This was the final studio album with Dinner as a member of the band. The songs "Before I Die", "Solitaire/Unraveling", "Xeroxed" and "Born of Desire" were later included on both the Eclipse Records and Universal Records versions of XX in 2001.
The song "Inevitable" samples the Stephen King miniseries Storm of the Century.
Cult Of Static
Cult of Static is the sixth studio album by industrial metal band Static-X. It was released on March 17, 2009. The album's first single "Stingwray" was released and made available on the band's MySpace page on February 17, 2009. The album's title is a reference to the die-hard fans who have supported the band for so long. This would be Static-X's last studio album for eleven years, as well as the last to feature drummer Nick Oshiro and founding member and vocalist Wayne Static when he was alive, though the latter's posthumously released work will be included on the band's next album Project Regeneration. Cult of Static also marked the only time that Static-X did not work with Ulrich Wild, who produced, engineered or mixed the band's previous five albums.
The Darker Side of Nonsense
Dry Kill Logic
The Darker Side of Nonsense is the first full-length album by the heavy band Dry Kill Logic. It was released on June 5, 2001, by Roadrunner Records and was the band's only release on that label. The album spent two weeks on the Billboard Independent Albums chart, peaking at number 27.
American Head Charge
Motograter is the debut album released by the nu metal band Motograter on June 24, 2003. Although the album has a total of 22 tracks, half of them are short, static tracks, which are all the names of the tracks reversed. For instance, Eman On is a reversed version of No Name, and a message can clearly be heard in the last 5 seconds. This is the band's only release to feature Ivan "Ghost" Moody as lead vocalist as well as all other band members with the exception of Matt "Nuke" Nunes.
Skeletons is the fourth and final studio album by the American heavy metal band Nothingface. It is their only album featuring Tommy Sickles on drums. The album was released on April 22, 2003, via TVT Records, their second as well as last album released on the label. The album is considered Nothingface's most diverse release to date, featuring elements of genres such as thrash metal and hardcore.
Coal Chamber Albums
Dark Days is the third studio album by the American nu metal band Coal Chamber. It was recorded in 2001 and released on May 7, 2002.
Chamber Music is the second studio album by American nu metal band Coal Chamber, released on Roadrunner Records on September 7, 1999.
Coal Chamber is the eponymous debut album by American nu metal band Coal Chamber. It was released on February 11, 1997 by Roadrunner Records and contains the single "Loco".
The Special Edition of the album contains the bonus tracks "Headstones and the Walking Dead", "Big Truck", "Pig", "Sway", "Unspoiled", and "Loco". The DVD features 2 of the band's concerts, a live video of "Loco", and the music video of "Loco".
The album has been certified Gold by the RIAA, with an excess of 500,000 copies in the United States and is the band's most successful album.
Three singles were released on the album: "Loco", "Big Truck", and "Sway".
"Loco" and "Big Truck" were released in 1997, while "Sway" was released in 1998. "Loco", "Big Truck", "Sway", "Oddity", and "Clock" were released on their greatest hits album.
The Best of Coal Chamber
The Best of Coal Chamber is a compilation album by the Californian nu metal band Coal Chamber, released through Roadrunner Records on August 10, 2004 on CD. The album mixes several tracks from their 3 studio albums, Coal Chamber, Chamber Music, Dark Days, recorded from 1994 to 2002. It received 3.5 stars from Allmusic.
Giving the Devil His Due
Giving the Devil His Due is a 2003 compilation album of remixes and previously unreleased songs by the American nu metal band Coal Chamber. "Blisters" and "Wishes" had been on soundtrack albums prior to this album.
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