The Valley by Whitechapel, released 29 March 2019 1. When a Demon Defiles a Witch 2. Forgiveness Is Weakness 3. Brimstone 4. Hickory Creek 5. Black Bear 6. We Are One 7. The Other Side 8. Third Depth 9. Lovelace 10. Doom Woods. Sunyata) First Whitechapel & deathcore album I've bought off of band camp and I do not care about the cleans. When I saw what this album was about I knew I had to have it. Kayser690. Kayser690 Whitechapel art at its peak. The album sound is amazing. Listening to this you feel the struggles and pain of a broken mind. The production is brilliant every instrument fits perfectly in the global composition. The clean vocals don't sound forced and fit perfectly with the gutural brutal ones. Through darkness Whitechapel created something enlightling
Check out metalblade. com/whitechapel for new tracks, videos, trailers, special offers, info, and more. Our last album, Mark of the Blade (2016) did not sound exactly 'happy' either, but the majority of those songs did not have much emotion or vibe behind them, they were just straightforward metal songs. These songs have a darker, more melancholic presentation to them. With vocalist Phil Bozeman having never held back when it comes to speaking his mind, and delivering lyrics as uncompromising as his decimating vocals, this time around he gets even more personal, and in looking to the hardships of his childhood the music needed to fit the tone.
Whitechapel: The valley. While we don’t always cover the so-called big name releases here at NCS, on those special occasions when we do we always try write something that actively adds to the conversation, rather than simply rehashing the same old tired tropes and clichés. After all, this is a band who have now comfortably reached that critic-proof level where a sufficiently large proportion of their fanbase will likely pick up whatever they put out, sight unseen, while their more committed detractors will continue to deride and denigrate the band for their ‘core roots, and nothing I write is likely to massively influence anyone from either side.
Whitechapel is the fourth studio album by the American deathcore band Whitechapel. It was released worldwide on June 19, 2012, through Metal Blade Records. This is the first album to feature drummer Ben Harclerode. The album cover is an image of the Flag of Tennessee (paying homage to the band's home state) inside of the band's trademark saw blade. On April 30, Whitechapel announced that their fourth album will be self-titled and was released on June 19, 2012.
Whitechapel’s newest release, The Valley, demonstrates the uniqueness and musicianship of the band’s evolution in the best ways possible. Whitechapel has certainly become, in my opinion, one of the more unique metal bands still making music today. The name Whitechapel still evokes the heavy chugging days of This Is Exile, in the height of deathcore’s popularity, and yet nowadays they strayed very much away from the formulaic and perhaps cliché days of deathcore’s past and have truly evolved into a band of their own choosing and sound.
Whitechapel – The Valley Released: March 29th, 2019. Phil Bozeman // Vocals Ben Savage // Lead Guitar Alex Wade // Rhythm Guitar Gabe Crisp // Bass Zach Householder // Guitar Navene Koperweis // Drums. The trouncing grind of ‘Forgiveness Is Weakness’, the pounding groove of ‘Black Bear’, the pressing melodies of ‘The Other Side’ and the crushing descent into ‘Doom Woods’ all help to build an album steeped in melancholia and darkness. Even ‘Hickory Creek’, their first song to all but exclusively feature clean singing, hammers home the reality of loss. The haunting pain of vocalist Bozeman’s childhood hardships is evident in both the lyrical content and the delivery, manifesting an emotional and deeply personal catharsis.
This album’s 5 pre-released singles were an effective way to ease fans into what was to come with their new sound and album, with each becoming more and more apparent of new and fresh influences. The lead single, Brimstone, was a straightforward plodding banger that let everyone know that Whitechapel was not going to let up with the brutality any time soon. Phil’s opening guttural growl was a breath of fresh air for fans who may have been getting tired of the near-constant low-to-mid-range scream that he’s been doing for the past few albums straight.
The Valley is the seventh studio album by the American deathcore band Whitechapel. Phil Bozeman – vocals, lyrics. Ben Savage – lead guitar. Alex Wade – rhythm guitar. Zach Householder – third guitar. Additional musicians. Navene Koperweis – drums. Mark Lewis – production, engineering. Ted Jensen – mastering. David Castillo – mixing.
Band Name Whitechapel (USA). Album Name The Valley. Дата релиза 29 Март 2019. Лейблы Metal Blade Records. Музыкальный стильDeathcore. Владельцы этого альбома23.
|A1||When A Demon Defiles A Witch|
|A2||Forgiveness Is Weakness|
|B1||We Are One|
|B2||The Other Side|
|B6||Sea Of Trees (Bonus Track)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metal Blade Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Metal Blade Records Inc.
- Exclusive Retailer – EMP
- Artwork, Layout – Branca Studio
- Bass – Gabe Crisp
- Booking – Dan Rozenblum
- Drums, Musical Assistance – Hal Smith , John Hull
- Drums, Performer – Navene Koperweis
- Editor – Alastair Sims
- Guitar – Zach Householder
- Lead Guitar – Ben Savage
- Lead Vocals, Lyrics By – Phil Bozeman
- Legal – Bryan K. Christner
- Management – Steve Davis
- Management [Business] – Lesley Arnold
- Mastered By – Ted Jensen
- Mixed By – David Castillo
- Photography – Phil Savage
- Producer, Engineer, Recorded By – Mark Lewis
- Rhythm Guitar – Alex Wade
- Written By, Producer, Engineer – Whitechapel
NotesOrange / purple marbled vinyl; EMP exclusive limited to 100 copies
Includes a double sided lyric sheet, a large poster and a download card.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 39841 56311 5
- Barcode (On Sticker): 0 39841 56318 4
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): MB 15631-1 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): MB 15631-1 B
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