Öppna iTunes Store.Om iTunes inte öppnas klickar du på appsymbolen för iTunes i Dock eller på Windows-skrivbordet.Förloppsindikator
Öppnar iBooks Store.Om iBooks inte öppnas klickar du på iBooks i Dock.Förloppsindikator

I iTunes är det otroligt enkelt att ordna en samling av digitala mediefiler och lägga till nya.

Det går inte att hitta iTunes på datorn. Hämta iTunes nu så kan du provlyssna på och köpa musik från Chimaira (Special Edition) av Chimaira.

Har du redan iTunes? Klicka på Jag har iTunes om du vill öppna det nu.

Jag har iTunes Gratis hämtning
iTunes för Mac och PC

Chimaira (Special Edition)

Öppna iTunes när du vill provlyssna, köpa och hämta musik.


Metalcore is full of bands that have mastered the art of being savagely ferocious. Actually, savage ferocity is a primary ingredient if a band is going to provide true metalcore. It goes with the territory. But one thing that fewer metalcore bands have mastered is the art of being truly hooky. Hatebreed and Throwdown (two of metalcore's best bands) have mastered it; they have mastered the art of hookiness and infectiousness as effectively as they have mastered the art of dense, skullcrushing brutality. And that healthy combination of savagery and hookiness is also alive and well on this self-titled effort, which is Chimaira's third album and comes seven years after the band's formation. The Cleveland-based outfit takes no prisoners on this 2005 release; they kick, punch, pummel, and delight in taking listeners to the land of 1,000 bruises. But again, having a take-no-prisoners outlook doesn't separate them from the glut of metalcore combos that surfaced in the late '90s and early to mid-2000s — what makes "Comatose," "Bloodlust," and other tracks a cut above most of 2005's metalcore recordings is how well Chimaira unite their slash-and-burn aesthetic with a desire to provide material that is just plain catchy. Chimaira's hooks — like Hatebreed's and Throwdown's hooks — have a way of staying with you, and their songs are simply better constructed than many of their competitors' songs. It should be noted that The Impossibility of Reason is Chimaira's first album since the departure of drummer Andols Herrick; this time, the drummer is Kevin Talley of Dying Fetus fame (or infamy), and he proves to be a welcome addition to the band on this sledgehammer of a CD. [The album was re-released in early 2006 with a bonus disc containing two songs recorded during the sessions for the album and seven live tracks taken from the group's live DVD The Dehumanizing Process.]


Bildades: 1998 i Cleveland, OH

Genre: Rock

Aktiva år: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in 1998, the Cleveland, Ohio-based hardcore sextet Chimaira consists of singer/screamer Mark Hunter, guitarists Matt DeVries (who replaced Jason Hager in mid-2001) and Rob Arnold, bassist Jim LaMarca, drummer Andols Herrick, and electronic specialist Chris Spicuzza. The band's mixture of hardcore, metal, and electronics proved to be a big hit back home, as they sold 10,000 copies of their independently issued debut EP, This Present Darkness, leading to an appearance on the now-defunct USA...
Hela biografin
Chimaira (Special Edition), Chimaira
Visa i iTunes
  • 149,00 kr
  • Genrer: Rock, Musik, Hårdrock, Alternativt, Punk, Metal
  • Utgiven: 1 aug 2005


0 0 0 Det finns inte tillräckligt många betyg för att visa ett genomsnitt för denna/detta album.