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Tag Archives: Phil Bozeman

Whitechapel go down “Hickory Creek” with new track

Posted by on March 21, 2019

Whitechapel have just released a new music video for “Hickory Creek”. The song can be found on their latest album The Valley which drops March 29th via Metal Blade. The lyrics for the track were inspired by vocalist Phil Bozeman’s upbringing. The video was directed by Mathis Arnell. Watch the track below: If you’re craving more Whitechapel, check […]

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Firing members, eating right and taking insults with Whitechapel

Posted by on June 28, 2016

  Metal Blade records just released Whitechapel’s latest album Mark Of The Blade this past Friday, June 24th. As luck would have it, the band are routed all cross the United States as one of the main acts on the Warped Tour. And while many don’t like festivals of that ilk which rely heavily on corporate […]

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Ready for some clean vocals on the next Whitechapel album?

Posted by on April 7, 2016

Whitechapel are one of death metal’s most reliably brutal bands, and that’s not about to change. Or is it? The band’s last album, Our Endless War, was a top ten album. Just because of the success of that album doesn’t mean they’re going soft and selling out, though. Or are they? It depends on who you ask. […]

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Phil Bozeman of Whitechapel’s Top 5: Video Games

Posted by on April 28, 2014

We recently spoke to Phil Bozeman about Whitechapel’s new album Our Endless War (out tomorrow, April 29). However, when the singer isn’t onstage or in the studio with Whitechapel, he’s likely playing video games. Knowing how active of a gamer he was, we asked Phil to share with us his top 5 favorite video games. […]

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Whitechapel’s Phil Bozeman on creating music with “real emotion behind it”

Posted by on April 25, 2014

Whitechapel are one of the few bands in the death and metalcore genre that seem to evolve with each release. And with Our Endless War (out on Tuesday, April 29), the Knoxville six piece continue to defy genre pigeonholing. We spoke to singer Phil Bozeman about how Whitechapel’s fifth album is quite possibly its most […]

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Whitechapel announce vocal cover contest for ‘Mono’

Posted by on March 26, 2014

Like Whitechapel? Good at screaming? You might considering looking into their vocal cover contest then. The band’s vocalist, Phil Bozeman, posted a video onto his Youtube channel announcing that the band will be holding a contest for people to perform a vocal cover of the band’s new song “Mono” off of their upcoming album Our Endless War. […]

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Whitechapel’s Phil Bozeman unanswers Suicide Silence

Posted by on January 10, 2014

Next month, you’ll be able to pay tribute to fallen Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker and help his daughter Kenadee by picking up Ending is the Beginning: The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show. The show, which took place about a month and a half after the vocalist perished in a motorcycle accident, took place in California and […]

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Mitch Lucker memorial show coming to CD/home video

Posted by on December 16, 2013

It’s been just over a year since Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker perished in an motorcycle accident. Late last year, on December 21, the band and their musical peers got together to perform a memorial concert for the band’s fans and friends to raise funds for Lucker’s daughter, Kenadee. In addition to getting a chance […]

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This Week in Flame Wars: Westboro Baptist Church vs. Whitechapel

Posted by on July 1, 2013

Everyone’s (least) favorite hate group The Westboro Baptist Church are at it again, this time against Whitechapel frontman Phil Bozeman. Last week, the WBC went up against Attila frontman Chris Fronzak, and this week, it looks like they will have two deathcore concerts to attend with picket signs in hand. The latest edition in the […]

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Video: Randy Blythe, Max Cavalera, Robb Flynn And More Perform With Suicide Silence At Mitch Lucker Memorial Show

Posted by on December 22, 2012

Last night, the surviving members of Suicide Silence took to the Fox Theater’s stage in Pomona, CA to pay tribute to their fallen singer Mitch Lucker and to raise funds for his daughter Kenadee. And as promised, the group had some well-known friends fill-in on vocals. While singers like Chad Gray of Hellyeah/Mudvayne, Tim Lambesis […]

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