Whitechapel’s Video for “Without You/Without Us” Marks the End of Kin


Released back in 2021, Whitechapel‘s Kin has been the overarching backdrop to the band’s presence over the years. As their most recent release, it’s the album they’ve toured to support. They’ve been putting out music videos for a number of the album’s tracks since release, but today’s drop of the “Without You/Without Us” video marks its final chapter.

Directed, shot, and produced by David Brodsky of MyGoodEye Visuals, the video serves as the culmination of more than two years of tunes. Those familiar with Kin know that “Without You” is a heavy instrumental track that gives way to “Without Us.”

Guitarist Alex Wade said the new single/music video marked a turning point for the band as they move on from Kin and begin work on their next full-length effort.

“We are excited to release our final video from the Kin album cycle for “Without You/Without Us”. We worked with longtime friend David Brodsky and MyGoodEye Visuals on bringing this epic battle to life and feel it is a great way to close this album as we begin work on our 9th album.”

The new video comes more than a week out from the band’s performance at the Louder Than Life Festival in Kentucky. They’ll hammer that performance home before heading over to Europe with Thy Art Is Murder, Fit For An Autopsy, and Spite from September 29 to October 28. Then they’ll finish out the year with Meshuggah and In Flames for their North America tour before coming home to play a hometown gig with Signs of the Swarm, The Guild, and Sidious.

Dates for all those tours and whatnot are available below.

9-28-23 Tilburg, Netherlands 0 1 3
9-29-23 Stuttgart, Germany LKA
9-20-23 Wiesbaden, Germany Schlachthof
10-01-23 Berlin, Germany Huxleys
10-02-23 Copenhagen, Denmark Amager Bio
10-03-23 Oslo, Norway Rockefeller
10-04-23 Stockholm, Sweden Fryshuset Klubben Arenan
10-05-23 Gothenburg, Sweden Trädgår’n
10-06-23 Hamburg, Germany Edel-Optics-Arena
10-07-23 Leipzig, Germany Felsenkeller
10-08-23 Nürnberg, Germany Löwensaal
10-10-23 Prague, Czech Rep Roxy
10-11-23 Wien, Austria Arena
10-12-23 Budapest, Hungary Barba Negra
10-13-23 München, Germany Tonhalle
10-14-23 Milan, Italy Alcatraz
10-15-23 Pratteln, Switzerland Z7
10-16-23 Lyon, France Transbordeur
10-17-23 Barcelona, Spain Razzmatazz 2
10-18-23 Madrid, Spain La Paqui
10-20-23 Paris, France Elysée Montmartre
10-21-23 Antwerp, Belgium Zappa
10-22-23 London, UK Roundhouse
10-23-23 Manchester, UK Academy 1
10-24-23 Birmingham, UK o2 Institute
10-25-23 Glasgow, UK SWG3
10-26-23 Bristol, UK SWX
10-27-23 Amsterdam, Netherlands Melkweg
10-28-23 Köln, Germany Carlswerk Victoria

North America
11-21-23 San Diego, CA SOMA
11-22-23 Wheatland, CA Hard Rock Live Sacramento
11-24-23 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
11-25-23 Vancouver, BC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
11-27-23 Edmonton, AB Midway Music Hall
11-28-23 Calgary, AB Grey Eagle Event Centre
11-30-23 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre
12-01-23 Minneapolis, MN The Fillmore Minneapolis presented by Affinity Plus
12-02-23 Madison, WI The Sylvee
12-03-23 Grand Rapids, MI GLC Live at 20 Monroe
12-05-23 Gary, IN The Hard Rock Live Northern Indiana
12-06-23 Cincinnati, OH The Andrew J Brady Music Center
12-08-23 Huntington, NY The Paramount
12-09-23 Boston, MA MGM Music Hall at Fenway
12-10-23 Montclair, NJ The Wellmont Theater
12-12-23 Wallingford, CT Toyota Oakdale Theater
12-14-23 Bethlehem, PA Wind Creek Event Center
12-15-23 Toronto, ON HISTORY
12-16-23 Laval, QC Place Bell **w/ Meshuggah, In Flames, Voivod

Hometown Holiday Show
12-22-23 Knoxville, TN The Mill & The Mine

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