If you were only allowed to pick one black metal album to hear for the rest of 2019, I would strongly suggest you choose False's Portent. A dizzying leap forward from an already very talented and rightfully well regarded act, it does not take long into ten minute opener "A Victual to Our Dead Selves" for the song to grab your undivided attention and never let go. Dedicated to the memory of several friends, the record is professional, passionate, heartbreaking and exhilarating. "Rime On The Song Of Returning" is an exceptionally poetic ode to natural abandon that seems to question our size in the scope of the march of time. The band have never sounded more precise, empowered and fiery, like there is a fortune teller at band practice urging them to claim destiny's heights. If this album holds significance of metal's future it is one that honors the best of the past while boding very well for the genre's horizons.
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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.
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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.
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“Whitechapel” will be released June 19th through 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.
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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.
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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
Rockstars do exist cretins. Knoxville, Tennessee death metal merchants Whitechapel were detained in Germany for tossing bed mattresses out the windows of their hotel. It was also reported that they set off numerous fire alarms and blew through a fair amount of fire extinguishers as well. They were appropriately detained and fined before release. Sounds like someone had a great 4/20.
Whitechapel’s latest release, “A New Era of Corruption” was released last year on Metal Blade.Add to My Radar
Knoxville Death Metal act Whitechapel, Tampa death metallers Six Feet Under, and Washington based Melodic Death Metal band Darkest Hour have all been confirmed for this summer’s “The Summer Slaughter Tour.” The tour dates are set to be released on April 2011, but you can count on the tour hitting most of North America.
Aside from those other bands, Dying Fetus, The Black Dahlia Murder, As Blood Runs Black, Oceano, and Fleshgod Apocalypse have also been confirmed.Add to My Radar
“Breeding Violence” is off the band’s latest release “A New Area of Corruption” through Metal Blade Records.Add to My Radar