The official lyric video for "I'm On Fire Tonight", a new song from CHROME DIVISION — the Norwegian band featuring DIMMU BORGIR frontman Shagrath (a.k.a. Stian Thoresen) on guitar — can be seen below. The track is taken from CHROME DIVISION's fifth and final album, "One Last Ride", which is being released today (Friday, November 16) via Nuclear Blast.
Four years after "Infernal Rock Eternal", CHROME DIVISION joins forces again with its first lead singer, Eddie Guz, and brews up a new masterpiece crackling with metallic energy and spinning wheels.
CHROME DIVISION fired Guz in August 2009 "due to lack of dedication and commitment to the band." His replacement, Shady Blue (a.k.a. Athera), originally filled in for Guz at the Winterfire Festival at Hessenhallen in Giessen, Germany in February 2009 after Eddie was unable to make the gig.
In 2012, CHROME DIVISION parted ways with bassist Björn "Burn" Luna and guitarist Ricky Black.
CHROME DIVISION 2018 is:
Eddie Guz - lead vocals
Shagrath - guitar, bass, backing vocals
Mr. Damage - lead guitar, bass, backing vocals
Tony White - drums, cowbell, percussion
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