Would their be a Devil Driver if there wasn't a Coal Chamber? Sadly in 2003, Dez Fafara left Coal Chamber and broke the band up to begin work with Devil Driver. Although, after 10 years of no Coal Chamber, it seems like Dez may want to rejoin the old band again.

In an interview with myYearbook:

"Yeah, definitely, I would do shows with them. It's been 10 years, we put the past behind us. Meegs and my drummer Mike are clean off hard drugs. The reason I left COAL CHAMBER was because they got into methamphetamines and I just can't be around that kind of thing. I'm a family man and I don't do any hard drugs. I had to leave, which sucked, but taking the money out of their pocket made them stop and get clean. We've been friends for years; they come out to DEVILDRIVER shows. You can see videos on YouTube of Meegs doing "Loco" with DEVILDRIVER. I don't know if I'd entertain a reunion, but I would entertain some shows, definitely."

Devil Driver is an absolutely amazing act, but man, I would defiantly dig some Coal Chamber again. But put John Boecklin on drums, that dude does a mad double kick bass.