Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Whitechapel - New Era Of Corruption (Review)

The latest addition to Whitechapel's albums is New Era Of Corruption. Whitechapel is labelled as a deathcore band and probably fit in it well. The album was said to be a change from their older album as said in a previous album by their guitarist in an interview on one of their tours. Yet even though the guitarist does say that, I felt that that the new album seemed quite similar and not as good I guess, it still is a good album, but I would debate if it is actually an improvement upon there new album. This Is Exile still feels to me to be their best album. Though some things have changed in their new album, and the songs have a different feel to them though, so don't get the idea I am slandering this album, it is still quite good, my personal favourite track being "Breeding Violence". It's just the guitarist did say "less all breakdowns", but the use of breakdowns seems quite the usual as the other albums, but I guess he meant that in a different aspect. Though they still kept their eerie feel to there songs which I still quite like. The album seems to go a bit slower than their previous album and has more riffing sort of styling. Lyrics seem to continue with the dislike of humanity (as how I see it at least).

Whitechapel - New Era Of Corruption - 7.2/10

 


Possesion from their previous album, and my favourite song.

8 comments:

Diego Sousa said...

great advice, i'm downloading it now!

Mike said...

I just watched all the vids at once with no sound and its hilarious.

maybe im just too high.

T Papar said...

didnt like the songs so much but the vocals are epic

Viitoebe said...

Possession is a FUCKING AWESOME SONG!!
I love this one.

Magixx said...

I love their cover! :O

Bass Cadet said...

Good stuff, I particularly liked breeding violence.

That Bastard From Bellingham said...

Hmmm...quite a good review you got here!

Zerotix said...

Some nice video's, but I don't think I'm into Whitechapel as much as I used to be.

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