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    Demon Hunter

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    Genre:Christian, Metal
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1What I'm Not lyrics
    2And the Sky Went Red lyrics
    3Not I lyrics
    4Coffin Builder lyrics
    5The Science of Lies lyrics
    6A Thread of Light lyrics
    7The Guantlet lyrics
    8A Broken Upper Hand lyrics
    9Lifewar lyrics
    10the soldier's song lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    True Defiance [2012]
    2Demon Hunter [2002]
    3The World Is A Thorn [2010]
    4Death: A Destination [2011]
    5Storm the Gates of Hell [2007]
    6Summer of Darkness [2004]
    7The Triptych [2005]
    8Extremist [2014]
    9Live In Nashville [2009]


    Demon Hunter is a Seattle based metalcore band which first received wide notice in 2002 with the release of their self-titled album on Solid State Records.

    At first the members of the band chose to hide their identities, creating some controversy over the band. However, their names were later revealed when they undertook their first tour. This was not an attempt to parody mainstream metal, as many people believe, but to make it so that you fell in love with the music - the band and not the people in the band. They didn't want people to be biased toward the band members.

    The Demon Hunter logo is a goat head with a bullet hole in the middle. This is a play-off the popular "anti-Christian" bands, as the goat head is often associated with Satan and demons, mainly Baphomet (a demon with a goat head).

    Their second album, Summer of Darkness, was released on the 4th of May, 2004. In July 2005, they recorded their third album, The Triptych, which was released October 25, 2005. On this album Ethan Luck (The O.C. Supertones, The Dingees) joined as lead guitarist.

    Singer Ryan Clark and guitar player Don Clark are brothers and work together at their graphic design firm, Invisible Creature.

    On November 4th, 2007 Demon Hunter released their 4th studio album, Storm The Gates of Hell, which became one of their most aggressive sounds ever. They also released the Live In Nashville CD which was recorded during the Storm The Gates Of Hell tour in early 2008. It released later that year. Also in 2008 came the 45 Days documentary which gave a behind the scenes look at the guys of Demon Hunter.

    In late 2009, Don Clark announced that he was splitting from the band due to increasing priorities with both his home life, and his constant workload with the design firm that he and Ryan Clark continue to undertake together.

    On March 9, 2010 the bands 5th studio album, The World Is A Thorn, hit shelves.
    The album is described by the band as their "heaviest but most melodic" album yet. It also introduces new guitarists Patrick Judge and Ryan Helm. And new collaborations with artists like Christian Älvestam (ex- Scar Symmetry), Bjorn "Speed" Strid (Soilwork), and Dave Peters (Throwdown). The single "collapsing" from the new album gained widespread recognition and added to the "heavyness" of the bands new avatar and lineup.

    True Defiance was released as the band's 6th studio album on April 2012. The My Destiny Songfacts reports that "My Destiny" was released as its lead single on March 12, 2012. Ryan Clark describes in the song the moment he realized that he wanted to be a musician.

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