Latest News & Updates

  1. Whitechapel Premiere New Song “Black Bear”

    Thu, Dec 13, 2018 at 11:00 AM

    Another track from Whitechapel‘s forthcoming new album “The Valley” has been officially released. Below you can hear “Black Bear” off the effort well in advance of its March 29th release on Metal Blade. The band’s frontman Phil Bozeman previously said of that upcoming album:

    “It’s all about me as a child, and some of it is me looking back on that time from the perspective of now. Also, it’s my interpretation of my mom’s struggles and her different personalities. She had a journal that contained very disturbing and sometimes evil writings, and some of her quotes and a lot of that journal is in the lyrics.”

    via THEPRP

  2. This June/July, The Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel will embark on a co-headlining USA tour, featuring Fleshgod Apocalypse, Aversions Crown, and Shadow Of Intent as support. The Black Dahlia Murder will be performing their new album, Nightbringers, front to back and more on this trek, while Whitechapel will be playing their classic This Is Exile in its entirety, to celebrate the record's 10-year anniversary - making this one show not to be missed!

    The Black Dahlia Murder comments: "We've known Whitechapel since their humble beginnings and seen them rise to be the important force in heavy music that they are now. It's exciting to team up with them for this co-headlining tour that's sure to decimate venues everywhere this summer! See ya soon!"

    Whitechapel adds: "We are excited to be doing a co-headliner with our friends and label mates The Black Dahlia Murder. To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of 'This Is Exile', we will be playing it as a whole, and Black Dahlia will be playing their new record as a whole as well. It should be a great night of metal, including the opening acts as well."

  3. Metal Blade 35th Anniversary Tour

    Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 9:04 AM






Tour Dates

  1. Jan24

    SALA Puebla

    Ciudad de México
  2. Jan26

    C3 Stage

    Guadalajara