Coal Chamber fans, it's time to get excited about new music. The band has just unleashed a new lyric video for their song "Suffer in Silence" off the upcoming Rivals album.

While the lyric video does include the song playing out across the screen in artistic ways, the cool part of this clip is the quick-hitting shots of not only Coal Chamber's members recording, but also special guest Al Jourgensen of Ministry fame turning up in a vocal booth, as well.

The hard-hitting clip opens with Meegs Rascon waving his hand over the top of the camera, before Mikey Cox's brutal beats kick off the song. And as stated, both Dez Fafara and Al Jourgensen are spotted in the video belting out vocals like "Midnight walks / Through cemetery blocks / Won't be the same without you."

Fafara says, "Al has been a close friend for many years, he's a legend, and literally was the only guy I asked to be a guest on this record. He came over to the house, we had BBQ, a hell of a lot of wine, then I had the pleasure of watching him in my home studio do what he does! I f---ing love this song so jam it loud!"

"Suffer in Silence" is featured on Coal Chamber's Rivals album, which will be released stateside by Napalm Records on May 19 (May 22 in Europe and May 25 in the U.K.). The album is currently available for pre-order in a variety of formats at this location. Coal Chamber will resume touring later this month with a handful of dates in South America and Mexico. After that, it's off to the U.K. and Europe in May and this summer. Their full itinerary can be found here.

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