Alex Rudinger - Whitechapel - "End Of Flesh"





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Published on Aug 20, 2011

I decided to do a cover of this tune as I've been really diggin' this record for awhile. In addition to writing great music, Whitechapel has some very interesting lyrical content which I dig. I'm looking forward to what they do in the future!

Tempo starts at 220, drops to 150, then to 146.6, raises back to 220, drops back to 150, and then back to 146.6 to finish the song.

Cymbal devastation at 3:01

Mixing done by Greg Macklin

Thanks for watching!

Comments • 493

Elvin Rey
Hey alex. You can always donate your drum set to a good cause. Sincere fan The good cause fan.
Nathan Martinez
3:01 very easy to destroy your mini China when you're playing with tree trunks. Lol
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Adam Kilpatrick
anyone else wondering why a band would do a bpm of 146.6? haha
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Can't believe you're 19 in this...
Gw Zales
Playing off sheet music though.. you a beast forreal haha.
Is it bad that I've come to love your cover more than the original song? xD
As a non-drummer, I still don't understand how it's even possible to do blast beats like that.  I know it's probably something you just learn to do and it becomes a total afterthought.  I just can't get over how still his hand is despite the absurdly fast motion of the stick lol
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Jerrod Bowers
Dude...your drumming is inspiring! I have seen you play live in OKC and Dallas. Once with the Haarp Machine and then with the Faceless, respectively. Props Bro!!
Matt Davies
Awesome drumming. I'm glad it's not only me that breaks cymbals too. 
Tyler Felland
It hurts me to know that no matter how many hours of practice I do, I'll never be on your level. Seriously too clean.
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