CHIMAIRA's Video Set Goes Up In Flames
Cleveland, Ohio's CHIMAIRA met with misfortune earlier this week when the Los Angeles studio where they were about to shoot the video for their upcoming single "Down Again" caught fire. The video was to feature the band playing inside a giant mass of gauze, but before shooting could begin, the gauze ignited and the flames quickly spread through the room, causing considerable damage to the home studio of director Paul Brown, who has previously worked with COAL CHAMBER. No one was injured, and firefighters were able to contain the conflagration before it spread to other rooms in the building.
"Everyone is fine," CHIMAIRA vocalist Mark Hunter said. "I'm just glad everyone is okay. We'll continue on to make a full-throttle, ass-ripping metal video at a later date."
CHIMAIRA's sophomore album, "The Impossibility Of Reason", is slated for release on May 13 through Roadrunner Records.
The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:
02. The Impossibility Of Reason
03. Pictures In The Gold Room
04. Power Trip
05. Down Again
06. Pure Hatred
07. The Dehumanizing Process
10. Eyes Of A Criminal
12. Implements Of Destruction
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