The Infection (Limited Edition)

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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
There was a period of time during the early 21st century when it seemed like the only up-and-coming metal bands were ones that fit under the "nu metal" umbrella. But thanks to bands like Chimaira, headbangers looking for some brutal, straight-ahead metal could find some much-needed refuge. On the fifth album overall by this Cleveland-based six-piece, 2009's The Infection, the group has united once more with producer Ben Schigel who has worked with the band on its last few albums, and the result is exactly what you'd expect from the band -- in other words, rubbery/detuned guitar riffs, properly placed vocal growls, relentless drumming, etc. Chimaira stick largely to the same ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Greg Prato
There was a period of time during the early 21st century when it seemed like the only up-and-coming metal bands were ones that fit under the "nu metal" umbrella. But thanks to bands like Chimaira, headbangers looking for some brutal, straight-ahead metal could find some much-needed refuge. On the fifth album overall by this Cleveland-based six-piece, 2009's The Infection, the group has united once more with producer Ben Schigel who has worked with the band on its last few albums, and the result is exactly what you'd expect from the band -- in other words, rubbery/detuned guitar riffs, properly placed vocal growls, relentless drumming, etc. Chimaira stick largely to the same sonic path that they've followed thus far but have focused their attack, especially on such selections as the album-opening "The Venom Inside," "Secrets of the Dead," and "Destroy and Dominate." Chimaira continue to scale the modern metal mountain, and they're reaching the upper region at a rapid and steady pace -- as evidenced by such releases as The Infection. [A Limited Edition version was also released.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/21/2009
  • Label: Ferret Records
  • UPC: 828136912123
  • Catalog Number: 69121
  • Sales rank: 331,636

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chimaira Primary Artist
Mark Hunter Vocals
Rob Arnold Guitar, Electric Guitar, Group Member
Matt DeVries Electric Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Group Member
Jim LaMarca Bass, Bass Guitar, Group Member
Chris Spicuzza Keyboards, electronics, Group Member
Andols Herrick Drums, Group Member
Technical Credits
Mark Hunter Composer, Audio Production
Ted Jensen Mastering
Rob Arnold Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Chimaira Composer
Todd Bell Video Editor, Video Director
Maria Ferrero Publicity
Ben Schigel Producer, Audio Production
Tony Gammalo Engineer
Matt DeVries Composer
Chris Spicuzza Composer, Art Conception
Andols Herrick Composer
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