15th July 2002 in Chicago Illinois saw Cleveland Ohio bruisers Chimaira take the stage with Prong and Danzig and their full set was captured on Digital 8 Tape at the barricade, resurrected by Liberated Tape Archive. The set itself is from the bands “Pass Out of Existence” era with the original line up and includes
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In the latest episode of “Everything You Love” from Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold, he chats to long time Chimaira drummer and friend Andols Herrick, who has been seriously ill since late 2016. The conversation runs through his ongoing health issues, his musical inspirations, working with Machine Head main man Robb Flynn on the Roadrunner United
Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold chats to his usually found across the stage friend and fellow Chimaira guitarist Matt DeVries in this latest episode of his Everything You Love series. When the original line up of the Cleveland Ohio bruisers went their separate ways, he joined Arnold and drummer Kevin Talley in Six Feet Under, switching
Kind of ironic that Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold should choose the weekend after the postponed Download Festival for 2020 would have taken place to share a high quality full set from the band at the 2005 incarnation of the event? Perhaps not but for anyone who reminisces about their first three albums for Roadrunner Records,
Liberated Tape Archives have been doing us proud of late with the resurrection of older shows from memory lane from VHS to stream. So from Cleveland Ohio at The Odeon on 28th December 2000, here’s a Christmas show from Chimaira. This was the era of the band before “Pass Out Of Existence” was released on
From 19th January 2002, Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has shared an audio only full set from a show at The House Of Blues in Orlando Florida! From the “Pass Out Of Existence” era features “Sp Lit”, “Severed” and “Dead Inside” and guess who else was on the bill? No One, Kittie and Ill Nino.
Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold gets in his DeLorean and heads back to 2001 to playthrough a Medley of tracks from the bands Fear Factory inspired Roadrunner Records debut album! A favourite from back in the day, we were lucky enough to be able to introduce a few people to it before they changed gear with