CHIMAIRA Members Talks PEAVEY In New Video Interview
November 7, 2011
Peavey recently conducted an interview with CHIMAIRA's Rob Arnold, Matt DeVries and Emil Werstler. They discuss the Peavey 6505 guitar amplifiers and Tour Series bass amps. Check out the footage below.
CHIMAIRA performed in San Antonio, Texas on October 27 without the band's frontman, Mark Hunter, after he was allegedly arrested for marijuana possession in El Paso, Texas.
CHIMAIRA keyboardist Sean Zatorsky handled the vocal duties at the concert, just as he did on October 11 in Baltimore, Maryland when Hunter came down with a severe stomach flu.
Writing on his Twitter account late last night, Hunter addressed his absence from the San Antonio show by saying, "Out of the clink. Didn't drop the soap. . . I deeply apologize to the fans of San Antonio. I was detained at the same spot they got [country singer] Willie [Nelson for marijuana possession]. You know I will make it up to you."
CHIMAIRA's new album, "The Age Of Hell", sold more than 7,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 54 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous CD, "The Infection", opened with 15,000 units back in April 2009 to land at No. 30. This figure was roughly in line with the first-week tally registered by CHIMAIRA's 2007 album, "Resurrection", which shifted 16,000 copies to enter the chart at No. 42.
"The Age Of Hell" was released in the U.S. on August 16 via eOne Music; in Germany on August 26; and in the United Kingdom, Australia and the rest of Europe on August 29 through Long Branch Records.
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