Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has been producing amazing quantities of quality behind the scenes footage of the band which hasn’t seen the light of day since it was filmed for whatever reason. Today is no different as he travels back in the Bill and Ted phone booth to 2009 and Chimaira Christmas 10. Pre-Show and
Tag: The Impossibility Of Reason
Another pro-shot full set from Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold’s personal archive sees the band decimate Minneapolis Minnesota back in 2004 with new drummer Kevin Talley on board. The set is from “The Impossibility of Reason” touring cycle and is shot in multicam style with cuts like “Sp Lit” and “Power Trip” being particularly impressive.
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
Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has thrown us a life ring in the form of a full set from Columbus Ohio in 2004. It took place while they were touring “The Impossibility Of Reason“, their sophomore album for Roadrunner Records and alongside classic cuts like “Sp Lit” and “Eyes of a Criminal“, this one includes an
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,
After the huge success of their sophomore studio album “The Impossibility Of Reason“, Cleveland Ohio Metallers Chimaira returned to the studio in 2004 for their one and only album with Kevin Talley known for his work with Dying Fetus and Misery Index gracing the drum stool. A bruiser of an album with longer, heavier tracks
It’s a career milestone when a band gets to play certain parts of the Globe, like Australia, New Zealand and Japan. It means that they have reached a certain level of popularity whereby the expensive trip is going to pay for itself and that can only be a good thing. Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has
Ever wondered how you should go about setting up your rig? You could spend literally hours playing around trying to get the right combinations to get the sound you want… or you could watch this new video from Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold and find out what he uses to get their sound and then go
Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold takes us through the acoustic part of the opening of “Implements of Destruction” from the bands “The Impossibility of Reason” album, a Roadrunner Records classic from yesteryear. The call is for the Cleveland Ohio natives to make a comeback but in the meantime, this is a nice move.
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