German born Nadja is the bass player for the Los Angeles based dark gothic industrial nu-metal band Coal Chamber.
The group released three full length albums on Roadrunner Records. In 1997 the self titled debut "Coal Chamber " sold gold status (500.000 copies) under then manager Sharon Osbourne. In 1999 the second album "Chamber Music" featuring Ozzy Osbourne on the track "Shock the monkey" was released and the third record "Dark Days" was released in 2002 featuring the hit "Fiend".
After a long hiatus the band regrouped for their fourth full length album "Rivals" featuring Al Jorgensen (Ministry) released on Napalm Records in 2015.
Next to Coal Chamber, Nadja can also be seen and heard on the album "Roadrunner United Allstars" (2007) which featured an all star cast of musicians such as Joey Jordison & Paul Gray (Slipknot), Dino Cazares (Fear factory), Rob Flynn (Machine Head) and Matt Heafy (Trivium) for the 25th anniversary of Roadrunner Records.
The live dvd that accompanies this collaboration also features Ville Valo (HIM), King Diamond, Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Mina Caputo (Life of Agony) and many more...
Cypress Hill featured Nadja on bass in their hit video "Rock Superstar" and "What's your name, what's your number" along side Tim Armstrong (Rancid).
Nadja created CruelTees, a gothic apparel company that was carried exclusively by Hot Topic in 2002 and can be accessed here and on www.crueltees.com