CHIMAIRA: New Video Interview With MARK HUNTER Available

Angel Rocco recently conducted an interview with vocalist Mark Hunter of Cleveland, Ohio metallers CHIMAIRA. The chat is now available for viewing below.

As previously reported, CHIMAIRA guitarist Matt DeVries of Cleveland, Ohio metallers CHIMAIRA will miss the first four shows of the band's current U.K. tour. He says, "I'm actually still in the States waiting to fly over to the U.K. Let's just say my passport made it over there, but I did not."

He adds, "To make a very long story, very short… shit does happen. The good news is I will be rejoining the tour on Wednesday [March 10] in Newcastle. Can't fucking
wait! Obviously CHIMAIRA will not be canceling any shows. The show
must go on!

"Thanks to all of our fans for understanding and see you soon!"

Affected dates:

March 05 - University Cardiff, UK
March 06 - Rock City Nottingham, UK
March 07 - Keele University Stoke, UK
March 08 - Metropolitan University Leeds, UK

CHIMAIRA has been confirmed for this summer's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival tour, which is scheduled to kick off on July 10 in San Bernardino, California.

CHIMAIRA recently completed a tour of Australia and New Zealand. This was the band's first headlining Australian tour, having previously played the country as a support act for IN FLAMES, BIOHAZARD and KORN.

CHIMAIRA's latest album, "The Infection", sold 15,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 30 on The Billboard 200 chart.


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