New Demon Hunter Album

My first metal album was the 2007 Demon Hunter album Storm The Gates of Hell (there best CD yet). I first heard DH in 05 on 88.7 RadioU. It was there song “One Thousand Apologies”. After that song I pretty much fell in love with the band. I was going to buy their live album and their second live album but never did. I really hope to buy this one.

This is copied from the Official Demon Hunter web site,

Greetings. As many of you may already know, we recently announced some news regarding the future of Demon Hunter at our Huntour shows. Firstly, we would like to officially announce some lineup changes that we’ve recently undergone and will undergo in the coming months. My brother, Don, whom I started this band with in 2001, has decided to leave the band due to increasing priorities with both his home life (not least of which are his two amazing kids, my niece and nephew), and his constant workload with the design firm that he and I continue to undertake together, Invisible Creature. I’m saddened to see Don leave, as we have shared so many great times together in the band, written some amazing songs together, played in bands together since we were teenagers, and built every aspect of this band from the beginning with a shared vision. However, Don’s decision to move on comes with a deep understanding on my part. As he told me recently, he will continue to be “Demon Hunter’s biggest fan,” as he continues to watch the band progress. We, as a band, and more specifically I, would like to give Don my most heartfelt “thank you” for everything he has contributed to this band from day one. We are forever grateful for the passion, vision, artistry and talent that you brought this band. You will be missed. We love you, and wish you the very best with every future endeavor. Additionally, Ethan Luck, who has been with Demon Hunter since The Triptych (2005) has also decided to leave the band as his responsibilities with Relient K (in which he plays drums) continue to escalate. Ethan played a very essential role in recording and performing on both The Triptych and Storm The Gates Of Hell, and his professionalism and friendship are a vital part of what Demon Hunter has become over the last 4 years. We would like to thank Ethan for all of his hard work, dedication and friendship. His contribution, in both craft and spirit have helped us become who we are as a band. We also wish Ethan all the best with whatever may lie ahead. Patrick Judge, who filled in for Ethan during the Stronger Than Hell Tour is now an official member of Demon Hunter. We are very pleased to welcome Patrick into the fold. His skill, devotion and drive have already proven to be instrumental in the continual evolution of the band and we’re excited to see what the future holds with his inclusion. Last, but not least, we have been busy working on material for our 5th album, which we will be entering the studio to record in October. At this point, I would say about 90% of the music has been written, and probably about 40% of the lyrics/melodies. As cliché as it can be to say, the album is shaping up to be heavier, faster, and more aggressive than previous Demon Hunter material (and there might be a ballad or two in there for good measure). As always, we’re doing our best to maintain the classic DH sound, all while introducing some new and exciting ideas to keep things exciting. I’m extremely proud of what we have so far, and I can’t wait to enter the studio and hear it come to life! Stay tuned in the coming months for additional news regarding the new album! Thank you, everyone, for your continued support. -Ryan Clark & Demon Hunter


One Response to “New Demon Hunter Album”

  1. Um, wow. The new album will be “heavier, faster, and more aggressive than previous Demon Hunter material.” Is that even possible?

    So the drummer is leaving…is this the same guy who had that amazing riff in the album you gave me? If so, that’s quite a loss, but it seems like the new guy’s already been performing with them on tour. So I guess he should be a good replacement. Sometimes replacements in bands are barely noticeable, and other times, they make or break the band. I guess we’ll have to wait and see on this one.

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