Harclerode says he was "truly unhappy" with Whitechapel and was no longer emotionally invested in the band.
Hatebreed, Crowbar, Whitechapel, Prong, Oni, and Kyng.
WHITECHAPEL, CATTLE DECAPITATION, GOATWHORE, ALLEGAEON To Tour The U.S. This Winter FOR Metal Blade 35th Anniversary Tour
35 years of Metal Blade is a huge accomplishment!
Facebook needs to get a better grasp on bootleggers.
Besides a new Avenged Sevenfold album, we got some fun stories about black metal in the woods, cops jamming with metalheads and Asking Alexandria drama
This is a tough one to get through.
Sorry Canada, maybe next time.
Mark Tremonti is a really talented dude… and loves him some metal.
A few weeks ago, everybody lost their shit when Suicide Silence and Whitechapel announced a co-headlining tour with support from Carnifex,…
Carnifex, Oceano & Despised Icon (on select dates) to support.
Will you be hitting up this tour?
A few weeks ago, Whitechapel frontman Phil Bozeman ranted about metal elitism, and it turns out the subject has been…
This edition includes some deathcore, some weirdness, a lil fuzz, and more!
Witnessing the evolution of a genre shifting to its next stylistic phase is somewhat entertaining. It's like watching paint dry off a well-crafted piece of art. The process is slow, but in the end, worth it. Deathcore has been stuck in the same trenches for quite awhile, yet are finally beginning to reach and climb its way out. Pushing through the breakdowns and blast beats mold, a majority of these acts have changed a focus towards groove and melodic dynamics. With After the Burial and Fit for an Autopsy previously making a shift towards a progressive side of the genre, Whitechapel is the next to follow suit.
Sounds like mid-career Whitechapel.
Clean vocals, a song about metal elitists, and more riffs than you can shake a djentstick at.
"There are just so many subgenres of metal that it’s almost like a fashion contest at this point. A fashion show, you know?"
Plus, bassist Jim Riley recounts the horrible bus accident.