Chimaira Lose Two Members
Chimaira guitarists Rob Arnold and Matt DeVries have quit the band. Arnold joined the Cleveland metallers in 1999 and DeVries had been a member of the band since 2001.
Vocalist Mark Hunter released the following statement about the situation:
"I would like to start off by thanking our fans fo…
Five Albums That Changed My Life: Chimaira’s Mark Hunter
Chimaira recently released 'The Age of Hell,' their sixth album of pile-driving heavy metal. Although the Cleveland group went through some membership changes during the last couple of years, the new record finds them in fighting shape with some of the most inspired songwriting of their ca…
Chimaira Announce Fall Tour
Chimaira, with a revamped lineup, will embark on a headlining tour this fall to support their just-released new album 'The Age of Hell.' Supporting the band will be Revocation, Rise to Remain and Impeding Doom. Bring the mosh!
The tour kicks off in Philly on October 12th, before wrapping in…
Hard Rock and Metal Releases – August 2011
Summer is beginning to give up her fight, to borrow a lyrical phrase from the decidedly un-metal Indigo Girls, but that doesn't stop her from pushing out a slate of worthwhile metal releases.
The first week of the year marks the return of Bury Your Dead with their former singer Mat Bruso for &ap…
Chimaira Go Through ‘The Age of Hell’ for Their Fans
Chimaira never say die. Despite losing half of their members in the last year, the Cleveland metal warriors have licked their wounds and re-focused their energies.
Once they secured a new and improved lineup, Chimaira landed a new record deal with eOne and recorded what might be their strongest album…
Chimaira’s Mark Hunter on the New Chapter of the Band
For the members of Chimaira, the last 12 months have been eventful to say the least. "Yes, the last year has been interesting for the band," says vocalist Mark Hunter after letting out a hearty laugh.
The Chimaira frontman is on the phone with Noisecreep the day after the band'…

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