Chimaira - The Age Of Hell


7.3 | 99 votes |
Release date: 16 August 2011
Style: Groove thrash metal

Owners:

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15 want it


01. The Age Of Hell
02. Clockwork
03. Losing My Mind
04. Time Is Running Out
05. Year Of The Snake
06. Beyond The Grave
07. Born In Blood [feat. Phil Bozeman]
08. Stoma
09. Powerless
10. Trigger Finger
11. Scapegoat
12. Samsara [feat. Emil Werstler]
13. Scum Of The Earth [USB bonus] [Fan edition version]
14. Your Days Are Numbered [USB bonus] [Fan edition version]
15. Clockwork [Remix] [USB bonus] [Fan edition version]
16. Wild Thing [The Troggs cover] [USB bonus] [Fan edition version]
17. Year Of The Snake [Music video] [USB bonus] [Fan edition version]
+ Behind The Scenes Documentary [USB bonus] [Fan edition version]

Additional info
16.08: North America
26.08: Germany
29.08: United Kingdom, Australia, rest of Europe

The Age Of Hell "Fan Edition" album (limited to 300) featuring...

* CD in hand numbered slipcase with alternate artwork
* "Trigger Finger" bullet shaped USB loaded with MP3's of full 'Age Of Hell' album, 4 bonus tracks, Behind The Scenes Documentary, "Year Of The Snake" music video & exclusive photos
* lyric & art book with full album lyrics and unused concept art from the album
* foil logo sticker
* exclusive tee featuring alternate album art
* 18"x24" album art print signed by the band (will ship separately rolled in a tube via USPS)
* collectors laminate
* 4 pin pack
* drawstring bag

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18.04.2011 - 20:45
AzadAzimi
I can NOT wait
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20.04.2011 - 02:18
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
Resurrection, all puns aside, resurrected my faith in these guys. Their early works were amateurish and a lot of their ideas never really went anywhere, but I think Resurrection and The Infection are more consistent and entertaining albums.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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22.08.2011 - 22:40
Rating: 8
Scorpyin
BADASS motherfucking album, been a long-time chimaira fan, and was worried about a new drummer/bassist. My worries are unfounded thankfully, I do miss andols heavy tom drumming a little but D'Amond suits the band well and doesn't take anything away from the sound, if anything maybe even added (?). Great album great band, pick it up and start killing people!!
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01.09.2011 - 10:54
Rating: 7
RockeRoy
I have to give it a couple of more listens, but after 3 times i am a little disappointed about The age of hell, The first 5 tracks a pretty kick ass, but ass in almoast every Chimaira album there are alot of "Almoast fillers":) many of the riffs on this album i've heard before on earlier records.
Does anyone else think the clean vocal bits sounds alot like Alice in chains?? ... thats not a bad thing though
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You found god? If nobody claims him in thirty days, he's yours

Walk with me in hell
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24.10.2011 - 00:05
brapp32
I've been a fan of Chimaira for over a decade now and they never disappoint. So it's not a surprise they have made another great album.
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24.10.2011 - 06:47
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
Quote:
Resurrection, all puns aside, resurrected my faith in these guys. Their early works were amateurish and a lot of their ideas never really went anywhere, but I think Resurrection and The Infection are more consistent and entertaining albums.

What a bland release this is. Looking back on that statement it's unfortunate I bothered checking this out. It's not like I had high expectations or anything, but this just sends me back to what I thought of them in their early years. No bite, generic songs, and too much focus on that slowed down thrash aspect of their sound when they should be kicking it into high gear and rivaling the likes of Converge. Oh well. I think I've finally learned my lesson with Chimaira.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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07.02.2012 - 02:29
Rating: 7
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Just started listening to this album and am really enjoying it. Some of the songs remind me a lot of Alice in Chains. Shame 80% of the band have recently left.
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The sun shines over The Fool...
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22.06.2012 - 18:13
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
One of their strongest albums for sure, this shows the band once again returning to their heavier, groovier roots and getting rid of much of the melody that haunted 'The Infection'.
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