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Whitechapel Announces Tour With Pyscroptic And Culture Killer

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Tenessee's Whitechapel is hitting the road throughout November with Australia's Psycroptic and new Metal Blade label mates, Culture Killer.

The tour will be visiting cities throughout the Midwest and east coast, including some places the band has never been to before. Tickets will be on sale on Friday, September 25 at 10:00am local time. Guitarist Alex Wade comments:

"We are excited to announce a short, intimate headlining run to finish out the year and the 'Our Endless War' album cycle before we head into the studio in January to record our 6th studio album. Joining us will be our tech death Aussie friends in Pyscroptic, and a young new addition to the Metal Blade family, Culture Killer, who is a devastating new breed of heavy music.

"We look forward to seeing all of our fans at these shows and can't wait to get out there. Tickets will go on sale at our website on Friday, September 25, these venues will pack out fast so be sure to get yours in advance!"

11/02 Warren, MI The Ritz
11/03 Battle Creek, MI Music Factory
11/04 Ringle, WI Q & Z Expo Center
11/05 Danville, IL Vintage Villains
11/06 Cincinnati, OH Mad Frog
11/07 Frederick, MD Cafe 611
11/08 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock
11/09 Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall
11/11 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
11/12 St Petersburg, FL State Theater
11/13 Orlando, FL Back Booth
11/14 Jacksonville, FL Underbelly
11/16 Houston, TX Scout Bar
11/17 McAllen, TX Sofie's Saloon
11/18 Austin, TX Dirty Dog
11/19 Ft Worth, TX Tomcats
11/20 Birmingham, AL The Syndicate Lounge
11/21 Nashville, TN The End

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1. 987654321 writes:

fingers crossed that the new whitechapel album is better than their last disappointing attempt.

i have enjoyed everything to date, but could not get into the last. sounded too commercial for my taste.

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