Cleveland, Ohio's CHIMAIRA have set The Impossibility Of Reason as the tentative title of their upcoming CD, which is scheduled to be recorded in the fall for an early 2003 release through Roadrunner Records.
Among the tracks set to be included on the effort are the following:
03. The Dehumanizing Process
05. Pictures in the Goldroom
07. Indifferent to Suffering
08. Implements of Destruction
09. Army of Me
In other news, CHIMAIRA will be playing a short set at the Odeon in Cleveland on October 5th as part of a special night celebrating an upcoming horror film, Dead Planet, the soundtrack to which will include the song "Overlooked" from the group's upcoming album. Also on the CHIMAIRA-related front, guitarist Matt DeVries' previous band, ASCENSION, will be playing Peabody's Down Under in Cleveland on September 20th. Sitting in on drums will be CHIMAIRA skinsman Andols Herrick. Meanwhile, another CHIMAIRA-related side project, HIGH POINT, featuring CHIMAIRA vocalist Mark Hunter on guitar, bassist Jim LaMarca, plus Ed Gandolf on vocals/guitar and Drew Scalero on drums, will play at Peabody's Down Under on November 2nd.
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