|Born on: 01.10.1979
Nadja Peulen (Born October 1, 1979) is a recording artist from Germany who replaced Coal Chamber's Rayna Foss-Rose for live performances. She did not record in the studio with Coal Chamber, simply replacing Rayna on tour due to her marriage to, and child with, Sevendust's drummer Morgan Rose.
Peulen replaced Rayna Foss Rose in 1999 during her pregnancy for almost 12 months on tour in support of Coal Chamber's second album Chamber Music. Rayna came back to the band after her pregnancy leave and recorded their third album Dark Days. Shortly after recording Dark Days, Rayna left the group and Nadja was called to re-join the band and tour in support of the album. The band broke up during the Dark Days tour in 2002. Peulen has continued to play music and has been seen playing in the Cypress Hill videos "Rocksuperstar" and "What's Your Number".
She also started her own T-shirt company called "CruelTees" and her apparel can be purchased in Hot Topic stores and on the internet.
In 2005, Peulen recorded bass on "The End", a Dino Cazares (Fear Factory/Divine Heresy) song on the Roadrunner United: The All Star Sessions album released in October 2005. This song became the album's first single and the video featured Matt Heafy (Trivium), Dino Cazares, Logan Mader (Machine Head/Soulfly), Roy Mayorga (Stone Sour) and Peulen.
She also appeared on Joey Jordison's "Tired 'N Lonely" live TV performance for Fuse's "Metal Asylum" show. This song was also on the Roadrunner United: The All Star Sessions album . The live band for this performance consisted of Joey Jordison (Slipknot/Murderdolls), Keith Caputo (Life of Agony), Matt Baumbach (VOD), and Acey Slade (Dope/Murderdolls).
On September 9, 2009, it was announced via Blabbermouth.net that Peulen and former Coal Chamber member Mike Cox have joined forces to form a currently unnamed band. They are seeking a vocalist and guitarist to complete the lineup