WHITECHAPEL debut video for ‘Our Endless War’!
- 18/05/14 –
WHITECHAPEL are debuting their new video for the title track from Our Endless War. The video features life performance footage and was directed by Naughty Mantis.
Guitarist Alex Wade on the video: “We’re pleased to release our live video for the title track from Our Endless War. This video was shot over the past few tours and shows the intensity of our live show. We hope to see you all at our upcoming tour with DevilDriver!”
Watch the vivid and intense “Our Endless War” video at metalblade.com/whitechapel now.
Two weeks ago WHITECHAPEL‘s fifth album Our Endless War, was released. This album is WHITECHAPEL‘s most streamlined, atmospheric, and emotionally powerful release. The album debuted at #10 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart, #2 on the Billboard Top Independent Albums Chart, #1 on the Billboard Hard Music Albums Chart (Current) and #2 on the Billboard Rock Albums Chart.
iTunes, European and Canadian chart numbers saw WHITECHAPEL coming in at:
iTunes (Release Day) Top 200 Current Chart: Peaked at #13 and is currently at #43 (as of 5/02)
iTunes (Release Day) Rock: #1
iTunes (Release Day) Metal: #1
Canadian Top 200: #23
Canadian Hard Music Chart: #4
Canadian Top Digital Album Chart: #21
Canadian iTunes (Release Day) Top 200 Current Chart: #11
Canadian iTunes (Release Day) Rock: #1
Canadian iTunes (Release Day) Metal: #1
German Media Control Charts: #50 (First Time on the German Top 100)
Our Endless War can be ordered at http://www.metalblade.com/whitechapel.
When it came to tracking the album the band considered no one beyond Mark Lewis, who helmed Whitechapel. For the artwork, the band turned again to Aaron Marsh, who supplied WHITECHAPEL with its stark, arresting imagery, but again they wanted to push things to the next level. With the sound maturing the band felt like the artwork needed to reflect that. A new logo was introduced (the old logo is classic Whitechapel, and that’s not something the band plans on getting rid of) however as the band grows and changes they felt like they needed the logo to represent the maturity of WHITECHAPEL.