Whitechapel release three videos as April dates announced

Last March, Whitechapel released their seventh full-length, The Valley, to critical acclaim, and kicked off a world tour in support of it. Today, the band has released three live videos, featuring tracks from The Valley, via RevolverMag.com. Check out "Forgiveness Is Weakness", "Brimstone", and "When a Demon Defiles a Witch" now below. The Valley is … Continue reading Whitechapel release three videos as April dates announced

Tour News: Ramblin’ Man Fair / Broken Witt Rebels / Whitechapel / Bad Touch

More dates for those rapidly-filling calendars... Ramblin’ Man Fair Running from July 17th - 19th in Maidstone, the rock 'n' blues fest has added a bunch of new bands to next year's bill: Mainstage Saturday 18th July 2020 Tom Kiefer’s Cinderella The Record Company Those Damn Crows City of Thieves Outlaw Stage Saturday 18th July … Continue reading Tour News: Ramblin’ Man Fair / Broken Witt Rebels / Whitechapel / Bad Touch

Album Review: Whitechapel – The Valley

Whitechapel seem to be going from strength to strength in recent years with Our Endless War peaking at number 10 on the billboard 200 and the most recent album Mark of the Blade being very well received by both fans and critics alike. With a reputation for having strong albums and having introduced some new elements to the … Continue reading Album Review: Whitechapel – The Valley

Bloodstock 2017 Interview: Ben Savage of Whitechapel

Just after their performance on the Main Stage on the Friday at Bloodstock, we had a quick chat with Ben from Whitechapel about their performance and also what gear the band is using at the moment. Read on for the full transcription... You guys played on the main stage earlier on today. How was it … Continue reading Bloodstock 2017 Interview: Ben Savage of Whitechapel

Bloodstock Day 1: “Vikings, Crowd surfers and Fire”

The masses awoke to what would prove to be a rather varied day, not only weather wise but also musically. Whilst there was some rain that did appear today, this did nothing to deter the hordes that had gathered to witness today's happenings. Having the non-enviable task of opening the Ronnie James Dio for the … Continue reading Bloodstock Day 1: “Vikings, Crowd surfers and Fire”

Review: Whitechapel – Mark of the Blade

I’ve had a soft spot for Whitechapel for a couple of years now. Whenever I want to listen to something that will really psych me up then I whack on some and it fires me up. I personally really enjoyed their previous two albums, Our Endless War and Whitechapel, so I was intrigued to see … Continue reading Review: Whitechapel – Mark of the Blade