Metal band Whitechapel has announced that they will be releasing their new album Our Endless War on April 29th via Metal Blade Records. The album was tracked by Mark Lewis and artwork was done by Aaron Marsh. Pre-orders are available here.
Says guitarist Alex Wade, “We are excited to announce our fifth full length studio album Our Endless War. In typical Whitechapel fashion, this CD takes the sound we have been developing over the past 8 years of our career and pushes it to new levels. We want each record we release to sound different, and this one is no exception. With dashes of every record we have done so far mixed with the intensity of a new sound, this record is sure to please fans of Whitechapel, old and new.”
In anticipation of this release, the band has released a lyric video for their new track “The Saw Is The Law” (a reference to TCM’s “The Saw Is Family”?). You can listen to it below as well as see tour dates for the band with Carnifex, Within The Ruins, and Cruelhand.
Our Endless War Track Listing:
2. Our Endless War
3. The Saw is the Law
5. Let Me Burn
6. Worship the Digital Age
7. How Times Have Changed
9. Blacked Out
10. Diggs Road
Whitechapel w/ Carnifex, Within The Ruins and Cruelhand
4/16: Columbus, OH @ The Basement
4/17: Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
4/18: Worcester, MA @ Palladium – New England Metal and Hardcore Fest*
4/19: Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
4/20: Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
4/22: Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street Club
4/23: Columbia, SC @ New Brooklyn Tavern
4/24: Jacksonville, FL @ Roc Bar
4/25: Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
4/27: Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
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