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Canada Whitechapel: the fight against the ego

14:15  24 october  2021
14:15  24 october  2021 Source:   metal-hammer.de

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With KIN deliver the death metallers Whitechapel a continuation of their last album THE VALLEY. Guitarist Ben Savage talks about the backgrounds.

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*** Who knows Whitechapel, might think that their songs would occur at night and in dark cellars, whose walls are decorated with body parts. So. The one with the body parts might be, but otherwise the songwriting of the new album was so ordered as late service of a hospital staff. Every day, the sextet has assembled years and from 12 to 20h working on new music. Then each musician has long internalized the result for one week, given any thought for the improvement, only to repeat the whole process.

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"If we had a week off and then we met again," says guitarist Ben Savage, "we had. A clear idea of ​​how we can improve the material and continue The next work week was then in principle, like the previous one, but better - almost a 2.0. And so the songs have always evolving. "For the structure of the album, its exceptional dramaturgy, the intense breaks were to re-think as important as the work week. For if a death metal band just their extreme sound is the best that it gets hardly to that narrative character, which was scheduled for KIN.

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only an approximate starting point was given because, as it has already formulated the guitarist. The painting should begin where the previous left off. "We needed something that is exciting and sounds like the sequel to THE VALLEY. The opening track, so I Will Find You ', meets the well. He sounds sometimes brutal and follows on from the last album, but also has something very narrative aspect. I think he feels like hitting an old book. "In this type of songwriting it was impossible for Whitechapel to work separately. Unlike some other bands, where the pandemic has led to the musicians wrote their songs separately to assemble them later, Whitechapel have found a way to work out the plate together.

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For Savage. "I find it hard to finish a song. I need the input of a band member. And need someone who says you could still cut here, or you could do that yet different. Each of us has different strengths, and that we must somehow fit together. Luckily we all live close enough to each other so that we could meet during the work week in a common area. "

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