Demon Hunter (album)

Demon Hunter (Album)

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Demon Hunter is the eponymous debut album by American metalcore band Demon Hunter, released through Solid State in 2002.


The album was recorded in C tuning. Demon Hunter's follow-up would be dropped even further to B. Industrial vocal elements are also featured in various songs.

Touring and Promotion

The band joined Extol on tour in the summer of 2003.

Demon Hunter's first single, "Infected," had a music video which debuted on MTV2's Extreme Rock and found considerable airplay on Fuse TV's Uranium. The intense video revolves around two subjects; one, vocalist Ryan Clark, is shown using an extravagant dagger to carve the word "HELP" into a tree in the pouring rain. The second subject is a white collar man at a desk who is overcome with extreme panic for ambiguous reasons. He finally falls to the floor after repeatedly typing "help" on his monitor. Given Demon Hunter's overt Christianity, the video could be seen as people reaching out for a savior in their time of desperation. "Infected" would later be featured on the compilation album MTV2 Headbangers Ball.

Album art and booklet

The band members are not credited in the album's liner notes. Clark explained this by citing the fact that Demon Hunter's members have been in previous groups and that they wanted the band to initially rely solely on its music. The Demon Hunter booklet features four...
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