Whitechapel - Mark Of The Blade album download
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Lyrics to "Mark Of The Blade" song by Whitechapel: I know you can feel it Let it in People will still hate you in the end So hate back Plan the attack. I bleed the blood that is cut from the blade I bear the mark and i won't be a slave Come with me and be saved. Why can't I be anything without you. Because the scars will fade and you'll never age When you give your life to the mark of the blade. The cold grasp of the past still haunts me I will erase everything If you give your life to the mark of the blade. Thanks to Colin for correcting these lyrics.
Deathcore merchants Whitechapel are set to release their sixth studio offering, Mark of the Blade.
Whitechapel is the fourth studio album by the American deathcore band Whitechapel. It was released worldwide on June 19, 2012, through Metal Blade Records. This is the first album to feature drummer Ben Harclerode. The album cover is an image of the Flag of Tennessee (paying homage to the band's home state) inside of the band's trademark saw blade. On April 30, Whitechapel announced that their fourth album will be self-titled and was released on June 19, 2012.
On June 24, Knoxville, Tennessee death metallers WHITECHAPEL will release their sixth full-length album, "Mark Of The Blade", via Metal Blade Records. According to a press release, the new record "remains true to the band's roots while venturing into previously unexplored territory, both sonically and lyrically. The lyric video for the first single from "Mark Of The Blade" - the album's title track - can be seen below. Reunited with producer Mark Lewis (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, CANNIBAL CORPSE), WHITECHAPEL has redefined who they are and what they are.
Mark Of The Blade is the sixth studio album by the American Deathcore band Whitechapel. The album was released on June 24, 2016 through Metal Blade Records. Their self-titled track, Mark Of The Blade was released on April 27, 2016 as as the first single off the album, and also a Lyric Video on Metal Blade Record’s YouTube channel. Following along with The Void released on May 19, 2016 and Elitist Ones as a music video released on June 24, 2016 during the album’s official release directed by James Foster
The new single Mark of the Blade serves as the title track for the band’s upcoming album of the same name to be released on June 24th. This will occur through the power of the usual Metal Blade Records. You can check the single along with the official press release down yonder: On June 24th, Whitechapel will release their sixth full-length, Mark of the Blade, worldwide via Metal Blade Records. Pushing their sound forward with each successive release, Mark of the Blade remains true to the band’s roots while venturing into previously unexplored territory, both sonically and lyrically.