Chimaira announce new album

2011-06-09 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 28 Comments
Cleveland metalcore act Chimaira have announced that their new album, The Age of Hell, has been scheduled for an August release.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqHFvvSIous

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FearThyEvil
June 9th 2011
13481 Comments


Meh... Not really into this band but I guess I'll check it out.

BassDemon333
June 9th 2011
3432 Comments


Interested to see how this plays out since its the first from them to be recorded as a three piece band. I still don't think
they will ever top their self-titled though.

TechieCore
June 9th 2011
662 Comments


This band is still around? Jesus I was in like 6th grade when they came around...

AfterTheBreakdown
June 9th 2011
7181 Comments


Wondering how much different this will be with all the New members

BassDemon333
June 9th 2011
3432 Comments


AfterTheBreakdown, the new members did not contribute to the new album, Emil was the only one and he only contributed a guitar solo. The rest was recorded solely by Mark, Rob, and Matt with Ben (their producer) recording all of the drum tracks.

AfterTheBreakdown
June 9th 2011
7181 Comments


Ohhh. Most likely going to be nothing jaw dropping anyway.

BassDemon333
June 9th 2011
3432 Comments


Mark did all of the keyboards for this album too. I was hoping they would just drop those altogether after Chris left, but oh well. Still looking forward to this.

bloc
June 9th 2011
35652 Comments


Cool riff at the end, sounded unlike Chimaira though.

JeetJeet
June 9th 2011
1270 Comments


Not gonna lie I'm kinda stoked about this

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TheFantasticDangler
June 9th 2011
1235 Comments


eh, never got into these guys

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Wizard
June 9th 2011
19922 Comments


Interested to see how this plays out since its the first from them to be recorded as a three piece band. I still don't think
they will ever top their self-titled though.


Pretty much.

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zaruyache
June 9th 2011
9554 Comments


Their last album bored me to tears, so I have very low expectations for the follow-up.

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Uranium
June 9th 2011
7414 Comments


used to like them but they have become so generic

lecolumbus
June 10th 2011
95 Comments


It will be okay probably, but the last album was really bland...
Also I really hope they don't put another long song on it, all their longer songs are so boring, Chimaira can't pull that kinda thing off

Nikkolae
June 10th 2011
4956 Comments


LEFT FOR DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
June 10th 2011
6749 Comments


Kudos for rising from the ashes.

I thoroughly enjoyed Resurrection.

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taylormemer
June 10th 2011
4957 Comments


Band was always meh.

IleftyspankedU
June 10th 2011
735 Comments


Six (off the Resurrection album) was a really long song and it slays!

iamSeraph
June 10th 2011
891 Comments


will check it out, kind of a guilty pleasure band of my youth..

FenixZero
June 10th 2011
393 Comments


didnt this band lose like 5 members so they dont even like exist? how the fuck are they recording this?

Powerban
June 10th 2011
2381 Comments


They were good live when I seen them. Good enough for my drunken self to buy a t-shirt that says "YOU ARE FUCKING WORTHLESS".

IleftyspankedU
June 10th 2011
735 Comments


"didnt this band lose like 5 members so they dont even like exist? how the fuck are they recording this?"

scroll all the way back up to....

"the new members did not contribute to the new album, Emil was the only one and he only contributed a guitar solo. The rest was recorded solely by Mark, Rob, and Matt with Ben (their producer) recording all of the drum tracks"

ta da! the answer!





Raz0rGrind23
June 10th 2011
430 Comments


Impossiblity of Reason is their best

XfingTheSullen
June 10th 2011
3131 Comments


I liked Resurrection over Chimaira, because it was heavier and more metal/less hardcore. I liked that in their particular case.

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AfterTheBreakdown
June 10th 2011
7181 Comments


I enjoyed resurrection more as well

renegadestrings
June 10th 2011
1488 Comments


i disagree about the "long song" inabilities. Six and Heart Of It All were pretty stellar. the end to the latter is one of my favorite moments in metal.
here's hoping they bounce back from The Infection and the loss their members. excited

AfterTheBreakdown
June 10th 2011
7181 Comments


Implements of destruction is cool too.

azraelcyanide
June 11th 2011
51 Comments


Mark Hunter's voice has improved over time, but his terrible lyrics have always held the band back. I enjoyed the instrumentals on their self-titled immensely, and it's my favorite outing of theirs, but the only song I can listen to without cringing at his middle school poetry is "Lazarus." Here's hoping he's taken some time with his lyrics this go-round



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