Knoxville, Tennessee deathcore act WHITECHAPEL has released a nine-minute documentary that offers a personal look into the bandmembers' lives on the road during the their April-May 2013 tour with ASKING ALEXANDRIA. Check it out below.
The self-titled fourth album from WHITECHAPEL sold around 9,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 47 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous CD, "A New Era Of Corruption", opened with around 10,600 units back in June 2010 to land at No. 43.
"Whitechapel" was released on June 19, 2012 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was engineered and mixed by Mark Lewis (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, DEVILDRIVER), who also handled production duties alongside the band. The artwork was created by Aaron Marsh of Forefathers Group with art direction provided by WHITECHAPEL.
WHITECHAPEL is currently enjoying some time at home before the group embarks on a European run that will see them performing at Germany's Summer Breeze and Wacken Open Air, U.K.'s Bloodstock and the Czech Republic's Brutal Assault festivals, to name a few.
Photo credit: Adam Elmakias
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