CHIMAIRA: Support Bands Announced For Christmas Show

Cleveland's CHIMAIRA will play its ninth annual Christmas show on December 30 at the House of Blues in the band's hometown. Tickets will be priced $9.99.

The complete billing for the concert is as follows:

Side stage (sponsored by Straight Razor Entertainment):


Main stage:


Commented CHIMAIRA: "Each band was handpicked by us and are good friends of ours."

CHIMAIRA recently entered the studio in the band's hometown with producer Ben Schigel to begin recording the new CD for an April 21, 2009 North American release via Ferret Music. CHIMAIRA is looking for label to release the new album in territories outside North America (the band is no longer signed to Nuclear Blast, which released "Resurrection" in Europe).

CHIMAIRA has teamed up with Yahoo! Live to give fans unprecedented access to the band's recording process. Fans can visit the group's official web site, and if the "Live Cam" button is lit up in red, fans can watch and listen to the band in the studio and even chat with the band members!


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