It seems you all enjoyed the heavy episode we had a couple of weeks back so we’re doing it all over again, this time with Whitechapel‘s Zach Householder who joins the podcast to chat about the band’s exceptional new album The Valley (our review here). Despite being in the game for over a decade, it seems Zach, like most of us, is his own harhest critics and from time to time can get caught up in the opinions for others, especially when it comes to their music.
He talks to Browny about the way he deals with criticisms (not that it’s needed for their latest offering) and also how they went about creating such hard-hitting, emotionally brutal songs which were inspired by the real-life events of frontman Phil Bozeman. He also hints at when the band will be making their return down under after not touring here since 2014.
There’s also plenty of New Music to get you into a throwdown mood from Earth Caller, The Gloom In The Corner, Cursed Earth, Abnormality, Born of Osiris and Falling in Reverse, throwbacks from Emmure and Slipknot + heaps more!