Tag: The Valley

Playthrough: “The Ones That Made Us” from Whitechapel!

While he may no longer be part of Deathcore transcending American act Whitechapel, Alex Rudinger is still an incredible drummer and solely responsible for percussive battery on their current album “Kin“. He’s shared what he promises is the first of four one take playthrough videos for cuts from that record in “The Ones That Made

NEWS: Whitechapel prepare for War…

Deathcore transcending Whitechapel have have shared a music video for “Anticure” from their brilliant new album “Kin“, their first with drummer extrodinare Alex Rudinger. While we await European tour dates around that album having lost out on shows around “The Valley“, the band will be hitting the road in the US with Cannibal Corpse, Shadow

Review: “Kin” by Whitechapel

After the huge success of the critically acclaimed “The Valley” there can be little doubt that in transcending Deathcore, Whitechapel have struck their richest vein of song writing through years of dedication to their craft. If there was any doubt that the fans are loving what they are now hearing from the band, you only

NEWS: Whitechapel talk “Kin” with The Metal Tris!

On the eve of the release of the new Whitechapel album “Kin” via Metal Blade Records, guitarist Ben Savage chats to The Metal Tris about how they created it after the critically acclaimed “The Valley” as a continuation of the lyrical thematic. As they continue to transcend Deathcore the band have stretched their wings and

Playthrough: “Orphan” from Whitechapel!

…with Alex Rudinger no longer just a casual affair and now officially married into the  Deathcore transcending Whitechapel, the quality of his musicianship has been witnessed in his first studio work with them. Three singles down and Metal Blade Records must be licking  their lips at the prospect of the reception of the bands upcoming

Documentary: Behind the lyrics of “Orphan” with Whitechapel!

Each single from the upcoming Whitechapel record “Kin” has so far seen a drum playthrough video from Alex Rudinger as well as guitar playthroughs and lyrical breakdowns, serving to add fuel to the fire of anticipation for the thematical follow up to their critically acclaimed “The Valley“. So in the now time honoured tradition, here’s

NEWS: Whitechapel left orphaned…

Having the luxury of producer Mark Lewis producing his fifth Whitechapel album in a row while tracking at guitarist Zach Householder’s home studio can only have given the Deathcore heavyweights the most relaxed working environment for the creation of upcoming album “Kin“. Having already shared a pair of singles mixed by David Castillo (Leprous, Carcass,

Playthrough: “A Bloodsoaked Symphony” from Whitechapel!

Recording at guitarist Zach Householder’s home studio with Producer Mark Lewis, the thematic continuation of the storyline from “The Valley” took shape for Whitechapel in “Kin“, an album that will see release via Metal Blade Records on 29th October. After each single has dropped the Deathcore brutes have indulged us with lyric discussions from Phil

NEWS: It’s a bloodsoaked symphony orchestra for Whitechapel!

The second single from the upcoming new Whitechapel album “Kin” has surfaced in “A Bloodsoaked Symphony“, following the impressive first one “Lost Boy“. The record is set for 29th October via long time label home Metal Blade Records with tour dates yet to follow, aside from the 6th annual Christmas benefit show with Chamber, Realm