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WHITECHAPEL Announce Intimate London Show Prior to Bloodstock Festival






WHITECHAPEL To Play Intimate London Show In August




WHITECHAPEL have announced an intimate London club show at The Underworld, Camden on Thursday August 10, 2017.



Tickets are on sale now here: http://www.theunderworldcamden.co.uk/gigs/events/10-aug-17-whitechapel-the-underworld/



The day after they will appearing at Bloodstock 2017 along with Arch Enemy and Chelsea Grin who join Amon Amarth, Megadeth, Blind Guardian, Skindred, Testament, Hatebreed, Municipal Waste, Hell and loads more still to be announced



BLOODSTOCK will take place at Catton Park, Derbyshire on 10th-13th August 2017. For more info and tickets:

http://bloodstock.seetickets.com/event/bloodstock-2017/catton-park/1010726/.



Check out the hard-hitting video o for “Bring Me Home” here: http://www.impericon-mag.com/en/premiere-whitechapel-release-new-video-for-track-bring-me-home/


WHITECHAPEL released their sixth full-length, 'Mark of the Blade', worldwide via Metal Blade Records on June, 24th last year. The album entered the official album charts in the USA (#15), Germany (#16), Canada (#22), Austria (#36) and Switzerland (#64).

You can listen to songs and watch videos from 'Mark of the Blade' at: http://metalblade.com/whitechapel/ where the record can also be ordered in various formats.

Reunited with producer Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, Cannibal Corpse), WHITECHAPEL has redefined who they are and what they are capable of with their new album, 'Mark of the Blade'. Kicking off with 'The Void' - which has a Slayer-esque ferocity that is perfectly suited to the band's three-guitar attack - the songs that follow all leave a distinct impression, and by the time the rich, dark melodies on 'Decennium' bring the record to a close, it's impossible to deny the emotional weight brought to bear.


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