WHITECHAPEL To Enter Studio Next Week

Knoxville, Tennessee-based death/grind metallers WHITECHAPEL have issued the following update:

"We are back home from the 'Doomsayer' tour [with DARKEST HOUR, CEPHALIC CARNAGE and EMMURE] and it was fucking incredible! We had a blast and enjoyed every aspect about the tour!

"In other news, we are entering the studio on March 12th to record our second full-length album with Backyard Studios artist Jonny Fay (ex-THE RED CHORD guitarist). We are very excited to work with Jonny on this record which will be released around summer time on Metal Blade Records."

Fan-filmed video footage of WHITECHAPEL performing a new song called "This Is Exile" at the Valarium in Knoxville on January 19, 2008 can be viewed below.

WHITECHAPEL's debut album, "The Somatic Defilement", was released last year via Candlelight Records USA. The band has since inked a deal with Metal Blade and is planning on issuing a new CD later in the year.


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