Tag: Pass Out Of Existence

Throwback: “Resurrection” from Chimaira!

An album at the centre of the bands career in Groove Metal, it seems unbelievable that  “Resurrection” by Cleveland Ohio bruisers Chimaira has reached its fifteenth anniversary. Released in March March 2007 it was the bands first after exiting their contract with Roadrunner Records, something which the  documentary The Dehumanizing Process had pointed as as

Playthrough: “Sphere” from Chimaira!

As those album anniversary milestones continue to clock up for Cleveland Ohio Metallers Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold continues to keep the dream alive with a string of playthrough videos for the bands prime cuts. A return to major label debut “Pass Out Of Existence” for a rendition of “Sphere” with original guitarist Jason Hagar is

Playthrough: “No Reason To Live” from Chimaira!

Putting the clock back to 2007, Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has unveiled a guitar playthrough video for “No Reason To Live” from the bands fourth studio album “Resurrection“. The record saw the band make the leap from Roadrunner Records to Nuclear Blast with drummer Kevin Talley (now in Delphian) exit stage left to be replaced

Playthrough: “Stigmurder” from Chimaira!

Continuing his run of guitar playthrough videos for the critically acclaimed 2003 album “The Impossibility Of Reason“, Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has tuned his ESP LTD KH-602 (that’s the Signature Series Kirk Hammett of Metallica model) into drop C (CGCFAD) for a run on “Stigmurder“. The album that put them on the map after the

Playthrough: “Army Of Me” from Chimaira!

Back in 2003 Roadrunner Records released the soundtrack to Freddy Vs Jason, a movie that pitted Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger against Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th in battle. The album saw the biggest names in Nu-Metal and Metalcore on the labels roster fight for supremacy with Chimaira landing “Army Of Me” in

Playthrough: “Overlooked” from Chimaira!

Continuing to keep Chimaira fans dreams alive, guitarist Rob Arnold has shared a new playthrough video for “Overlooked“, arguably one of the more underrated cuts on the bands classic 2003 album “Impossibility Of Reason“. It may seem hard to believe, but the Cleveland Ohio bruisers celebrated 20 years of their major label debut “Pass Out

Review: “Pass Out Of Existence” by Chimaira (20th Anniversary)

A whirlwind of dark emotions and introspections from Mark Hunter who plays the lover burned by a toxic on-off relationship, suffering depressive moods and suicidal thoughts, “Pass Out of Existence” is the largely overlooked major label debut from Cleveland Ohio bruisers Chimaira, despite selling 44k copies but did lay the ground work for the band

Playthrough: “Down Again” from Chimaira!

A controversial cut in the history of Cleveland Ohio Metallers Chimaira as anyone who has seen their 2004 documentary “The Dehumanizing Process” will know as Roadrunner Records were seeking a single for radio from their critically acclaimed sophomore album “Impossibility Of Reason“, guitarist Rob Arnold has given us a guitar lesson for “Down Again“. The

Playthrough: “Stigmurder” from Chimaira!

Chimaira lovers will once again delight as the main man Rob Arnold breaks down “Stigmurder” from their critically acclaimed sophomore album “The Impossibility Of Reason“. That serves not only to keep the bands name alive but also the possibility that should the health of drummer Andols Herrick improve sufficiently that they might one day record

Documentary: Chimaira Amp History!

Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has summoned all gear nerds forth with a second documentary about the bands Amplifier History. Many will know the bands sound orientation around the Peavey Amps and Heads, particularly the 5150s but there is way more to the story that that and it’s intriguing to learn of how endorsements swayed them