Whitechapel Songs Ranked

Whitechapel is an American deathcore band from Knoxville, Tennessee. The band is named after the Whitechapel district in East London, England, where Jack the Ripper committed a series of murders. The group comprises vocalist Phil Bozeman, guitarists Ben Savage, Alex Wade, and Zach Householder, and bassist Gabe Crisp. Founded in 2006 by Bozeman and Savage, the band has released seven studio albums and fourteen music videos, and is currently signed to Metal Blade Records. Whitechapel’s 2010 album A New Era of Corruption, sold around 10,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release and debuted at position No. 43 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band’s self-titled fourth album was released in 2012 and debuted at No. 47 on the Billboard 200, selling roughly 9,200 copies in its first week. In 2014 the band released their fifth full-length album, Our Endless War to generally positive reviews. The album sold roughly 16,000 copies in its first week and debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard 200. They released their sixth full-length album Mark of the Blade in 2016 to greater critical acclaim, selling roughly 8,000 copies in the first week of its release. In 2019, Whitechapel released their seventh album, The Valley, which debuted at No. 143 on the Billboard 200 also to critical acclaim. Here are all of Whitechapel’s songs ranked.

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10. Messiahbolical (This Is Exile, 2008)

“It has the best vocal from Phil and the music is just above all of what they do. The somatic defilement is their best album but messiahbolical is their best song.”

9. Murder Sermon (A New Era of Corruption, 2010)

“Phil and his crew incorporate melodic riffs with his trademark heavy vocals to great success. I still wouldn’t mind more mids and highs, but the varying vocal rhythms and atmospheres of the songs make up for it.”

8. Eternal Refuge (This Is Exile, 2008)

“Whenever I’m feeling down I always come back to this song, the raw energy these guys put out just lifts me up and makes me feel anything is possible”

Whitechapel - This is Exile Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius

7. Father of Lies (This Is Exile, 2008)

“These are fictional beings. Phil Bozeman has stated this. This Is Exile is a concept ablum about a being that fails, is exiled, and replaced. He comes back and kills his creator and the second being.”

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6. The Darkest Day of Man (A New Era of Corruption, 2010)

“The Darkest Day of Man – “This song is about how easily people are fooled and how gullible they are. People will believe almost everything they’re told. Trust yourself and believe what is true in your heart. These are our darkest days and we are letting it happen. This also portrays a tyrant taking advantage of that.”

5. The Saw is the Law (Our Endless War, 2014)

“The riffs in this track seem really bland to me. They sound like basically every other mediocre core band these days. Lyrics are decent. Drums are probably alright, but I don’t really give much of a damn about them. Overall, nothing about this song is particularly impressive.”

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4. Vicer Exciser (The Somatic Defilement, 2007)

“A short one. And also a good one. Their best in my opinion. It’s so damn aggressive, I can’t hear it a single time without starting to shout together with the grandmaster Bozeman. Also an awesome track for your daily workout, this song is a killer!”

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3. This is Exile (This is Exile, 2008)

“Best Drums ever. The most brutalist vocal ever. Insane song. It is just awesome. it’s the first song that has gotten me to death metal”

2. I, Dementia (Whitechapel, 2012)

“An amazing song and one of the only few I like from this album. I think I just need to listen to it more, but this song is one of their best! The lyrics, the music, the pure heaviness. It’s an absolutely incredible song from their self-titled!”

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1. Possession (This Is Exile, 2008)

“The vocals are great, and so are the drums and guitar. It is just an enjoyable song to listen to. Awesome break down also. If you aren’t a deathcore fan, you likely won’t like this band; however, many people that don’t like deathcore do still like this band, likely because they are different, and simply better. This song features anti-religious lyrics, fairly fast drumming, some fairly complex guitar work, and mini breakdowns. This is by no means a tech-death song, it has a completely different flow. I for one enjoy both, but many do not.”