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Ohio's Bes are a calamitous racket of alt-rock infused heavy sounds and have recently released the very worth your time Pieces Missing EP. Fans of Torche, Failure or even some KEN Mode will find stuff to latch on to here. I don't know how intentional it was but I hear a lot of late nineties influence in some of what this band is doing, but paired with an even more aggressive edge befitting our times. Recommended Track: "Lost It All".
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They’ve been playing shows and tearing up stages across the country for months on end now. They’re even going to Alaska.
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Knoxville death masters Whitechapel have premiered a lyric video for their song “Vicer Exciser” off of their recently re-issued The Somatic Defilement.
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Tennessean death metallers Whitechapel, who are on the ‘Don’t Pray For Us’ tour with Asking Alexandria supporting their most recent, self-titled album, as well as the reissuing of their debut album The Somatic Defilement, have released a lyric video for their song ‘Devirgination Studies’.
Watch ‘Devirgination Studies’ over at Metal Insider.
Check out the rest of the ‘Don’t Pray For Us’ tour dates as well as the video for ‘I, Dementia’ here.Add to My Radar
Emmure announce The Mosh Lives European Tour with Chelsea Grin, Obey The Brave, Attila and Buried In Verona
New York metalcore band Emmure have announced that they will be headlining The Mosh Lives European tour this Spring. Direct support will come from Chelsea Grin and additional support will be coming from Obey The Brave, Attila and Buried In Verona. The tour is set to kick off on April 5th in Koln, Germany.
This winter the band is co-headlining the Brothers Of Brutality Tour with Whitechapel in the United States. This tour is set to kick off on January 8th in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Click right here to check out the complete lists of tour dates, cities and venues for both of these tours as well as a couple extra tour dates.Add to My Radar
Tennessee death metallers Whitechapel have recently premiered the music video for their song “Possibilities Of An Impossible Existence” off their current, self-titled release. You can check it out right here.
The video was filmed by the Rockstar Media department with director Strati Hovartos while the band was out touring on 2012’s Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Fest.
Guitarist Alex Wade had this to say about the video: “Collectively as a band we all really love this video. The guys with the Rockstar Media department really did an outstanding job on it. It was shot on Rockstar Mayhem Fest this year with a combination of GoPro and DSLR cameras. I feel it gives a more intimate vibe than just a regular performance video. The video is also in black and white, which reminds me of old Pantera videos, which rules.”
The band’s latest self-titled album was released on June 19th in North America via Metal Blade Records.Add to My Radar
This was a little unexpected, but Tennessee death metal group Whitechapel have recorded and posted a video for a country version of their song “I, Dementia.” It looks like alcohol may have played a small part in the making of this video, but you can judge for yourself by clicking right here. We’ve also included a video for the original version of the song so you can compare the two.
“I, Dementia” was originally found on their recent self titled album that was released last June on Metal Blade.Add to My Radar
Tennessee death metallers, Whitechapel, have released their second single entitled “I, Dementia,” off their upcoming self-titled album. The album was engineered and mixed by Mark Lewis who also helped the band produce it as well. The album artwork was created by Aaron Marsh who was directed by the band.
To check out the new single click here.
“Whitechapel” will be released June 19th through Metal Blade Records.Add to My Radar
Tennessee death metal band Whitechapel has released their third and final in-studio video today. This video focuses on the vocal tracking process for the band’s upcoming self-titled album.
Check out the third in-studio video right here.
Check out the first single from Whitechapel entitled “Hate Creation” which is streaming right here.
The self-titled album is set to be released on June 19th via Metal Blade Records.Add to My Radar
Tennessee death metallers, Whitechapel, have released their second in-studio video. This video dipicts the band recording their guitar parts for their upcoming self-titled album. “Whitechapel,” was engineered and mixed by Mark Lewis who also helped the band produce the album too.
To check out the in-studio album click here.
The new album will be released June 19th through Metal Blade Records.
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Whitechapel has been working up a storm for all of their fans in the studio. The band has release artwork, a full track-list, and set release date for their fourth album which is self-titled.
The album is set to be released on June 19th of this year via Metal Blade Records.
To see the full track listing, artwork for the album, and tour dates click here.Add to My Radar
Whitechapel’s self titled album will be released June 19, 2012 via Metal Blade. This will be their fourth full length release and a follow up to their 2010 release A New Error of Corruption.Add to My Radar
Knoxville, TN Deathcore act Whitechapel are set to enter the studio this coming spring to work on their as of yet untitled fourth full length album. The album is set to be released on Metal Blade Records in late June 2012 and will be a follow up to their 2010 effort A New Error of Corruption.Add to My Radar
Tennessee death metallers, Whitechapel, have announced a headlining North American tour entitled “The Recorruptour.” The tour will last from March 10th through March 30th and then from May 3rd through May 17th. The band will be supported by Miss May I, After The Burial, The Plot In You, Struc/tures (3/10 through 3/30), and Within the Ruins (5/3 through 5/17).
To see the full tour schedule click here.
Whitechapel’s latest album, “Recorrupted” was released in November 2011 through Metal Blade Records.Add to My Radar
Knoxville, TN metallers Whitechapel have released the details of their forthcoming EP “Recorrupted”, which features a brand new track titled “Section 8”, a cover of Pantera’s “Strength Beyond Strength”, an acoustic version of “End of Flesh”, and remixes of “Breeding Violence” by Big Chocolate and “This Is Exile” by Ben Weinman from The Dillinger Escape Plan. “Section 8” and “Strength Beyond Strength” are also the very first recordings with new drummer Ben Harclerode. “Recorrupted” is set for release on November 8th via Metal Blade Records, just after the band hits the road with The Devil Wears Prada, Enter Shikari, and For Today.
Click here to check out the album art and tracklisting.
Additionally, fans can check out a video that was shot and edited by guitarist Alex Wade, with animations by Vince Edwards, that features studio footage set to the band’s brand new track “Section 8” here. Or, head over to the band’s Facebook page to listen to it there.Add to My Radar