Demon Hunter: Ryan Clark Tells Us the Top 10 Moments in the Band’s History
Demon Hunter are celebrating 10 years since the release of their self-titled debut album in 2012, as well as the release of the brand new platter True Defiance.
In honor of such a landmark point in the band’s history, singer Ryan Clark has shared a whole mess of Top 10 lists with Noisecreep!
First up, Clark counted down the 10 most significant moments in the band’s history. We will be sharing other Top 10s over the coming days, but we’re starting with a big one.
Since most bands barely make it past the five-year mark, the fact that Demon Hunter are still going strong and releasing albums is a feat worth celebrating. So Noisecreep would like to offer a hearty congratulations to the band.
So without further adieu, here are the Top 10 Moments in Demon Hunter’s history, as recalled by Ryan Clark:
1. Getting to play (and travel) Europe: Viking Museum! The Alps! Cologne Cathedral! Italy! London!
2. Hosting Headbangers Ball in NYC.
3. Appearing on the cover of Revolver Magazine.
5. The Stronger Than Hell Tour (2008), and filming the 45 Days documentary.
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6. Recording True Defiance.
7. Working with metal art legend Dan Seagrave for the album cover(s) for The Triptych.
8. Filming the video for “Fading Away” with Zach Merck (and some fans) on the Universal lot (Back to the Future, etc.).
9. Doing a photo shoot (for Artist Series Guitar) with Ryan Hurst (Opie from Sons of Anarchy).
10. Being featured on the Resident Evil 2 Soundtrack.
Demon Hunter’s sixth studio album, True Defiance, is out now via Solid State Records.