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Tag Archives: Mark Hunter

Chimaira Announce New Single, “All That’s Left Is Blood”

Posted by on May 15, 2013

It’s been a few years since Chimaira’s last album, The Age of Hell. Since then, they’ve overhauled their lineup and launched a successful crowdfunding campaign for a fan edition of their upcoming album, Crown of Phantoms (maybe they should have called it a crown-funding campaign?).When we caught up with Mark Hunter late last year, he said that […]

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Chimaira Talk New Album, Asking Alexandria Tour, Dave Mustaine

Posted by on April 22, 2013

Recently, our friend Gary “Turbo” Webb from KRSC/Claremore/Tulsa, OK caught up with Chimaira’s Mark Hunter in Oklahoma City. He spoke about the new album, Crown of Phantoms, as well as the Indiegogo campaign to help fund content creation (btw, in just four days, the band have raised over $25,000 of their goal of $30k, so they’re […]

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Chimaira Announces Details About New Album ‘Crown Of Phantoms,’ Launches Indiegogo Campaign To Fund Deluxe Edition

Posted by on April 18, 2013

Mark Hunter promised us a new Chimaira album this year, with the band even treating fans to a new song live and a few teasers. Now we know that Chimaria’s new album will be called Crown Of Phantoms and come out on July 30 via eOne Music. However, Chimaira also announced the launch of an […]

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Chimaira Performs New Song, Release Teaser Trailer For New Album

Posted by on December 31, 2012

Mark Hunter recently revealed to us that Chimaira was ready to enter the studio this coming February to record a new album. So it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that Chimaira premiered a new song during their annual Christmas show last Saturday night (December 29) in Cleveland, OH. Also not surprising is […]

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Mark Hunter Discusses Phil Labonte’s Choice Of Language, Provides Update On Chimaira’s New Album

Posted by on December 19, 2012

When All That Remains singer Phil Labonte decided to speak with Revolver about his previous choice of words to describe the Black Veil Brides’ appearance, we knew it would spark debate. What we didn’t expect, though, was to find ourselves having a discussion about the matter with Chimaira frontman Mark Hunter via Twitter. Hunter made […]

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Mark Hunter Has A Lot To Say About Chimaira’s Setbacks And Future

Posted by on August 17, 2012

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Chimaira. Worried sick about what was happening in the Chimaira camp? Well thankfully, vocalist Mark Hunter has checked in with a lengthy statement, recalling the band’s sudden lineup change (along with their label and management changes), as well as what might be in store for the future. […]

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Mark Hunter Posts Demos From Chimaira’s ‘The Age Of Hell’ Sessions Online

Posted by on January 23, 2012

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have no access to metal news, then you know that Chimaira went through A LOT of changes this past year. Fast forward to the end of the year, and now the band features Daath bassist Jeremy Creamer and ex-Dirge Within guitarist Matt Szlachta, while Emil Werstler (also […]

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Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley Unplugs From Social Media

Posted by on January 16, 2012

We live in interesting times. Twitter and Facebook have removed the barrier between performers and their fans, making communication easier than ever. And while the Randy Blythes and Mark Hunters of the world have fully embraced the new reality of social media, Every Time I Die/The Damned Things frontman Keith Buckley has chosen to unplug […]

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Chimaira’s New Guitarist Is The Werst(ler)

Posted by on December 28, 2011

Chimaira has had one hell of a year, with both of their guitarists leaving, singer Mark Hunter getting arrested, and oh yeah, a solid new album. Now, as one of the replacements, they’ve officially hired Daath guitarist Emil Werstler as their lead guitarist. The band confirmed this via a post on their website. It’s not […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Biggest Surprises Of 2011

Posted by on December 5, 2011

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. We’re coming close to the end of another year. Soon Metal Insider’s contributors will be revealing their favorite albums from the past year. However, in addition to a lot of great music being released, 2011 also had its fair share […]

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