The Whorror

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The Whorror
The Whorror (EP).jpeg
EP by Motionless in White
Released July 3, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Metalcore, gothic metal, post-hardcore
Length 22:38
Label Masquerade Recordings[1]
Motionless in White chronology
Motionless in White
(2005)
The Whorror
(2007)
When Love Met Destruction
(2009)

The Whorror is the first EP by American gothic metalcore band, Motionless in White. It was released on July 3, 2007.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Christopher Cerulli.

No. Title Length
1. "The Whorror" 0:51
2. "Just When You Thought We Couldn't Get Any More Emo, We Go and Pull a Stunt Like This" 3:34
3. "She Never Made It to the Emergency Room" 4:04
4. "We Put the Fun in Funeral" 2:19
5. "Black" 2:15
6. "Apocolips" 5:07
7. "Schitzophrenicannibalisticsexfest.com" 4:18
Total length: 22:38

Alternate track list[3][4]

No. Title Length
1. "The Whorror" 0:51
2. "Schitzophrenicannibalisticsexfest.com" 4:18
3. "She Never Made It To The Emergency Room" 4:04
4. "We Put The Fun In Funeral" 2:19
5. "Just When You Thought We Couldn't Get Any More Emo, We Go And Pull A Stunt Like This" 3:34
6. "Black" 2:15
7. "Apocolips" 5:07
Total length: 22:38

Legacy[edit]

"She Never Made It To The Emergency Room" and "Apocolips" were re-recorded for the full-lengh version of When Love Met Destruction.

A Sequel for "Schitzophrenicannibalisticsexfest.com", titled ".Com Pt. II", was recorded for Creatures (Motionless in White album).

Personnel[edit]

Motionless in White

  • Angelo Parente – drums, percussion
  • Chris "Motionless" Cerulli – lead vocals
  • Frank Polumbo – bass guitar
  • TJ Bell – rhythm guitar, vocals
  • Mike Costanza – lead guitar
  • Josh Balz – keyboards

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Masquerade Recordings — Motionless In White "The Whorror EP, Remixed with bonus material"". Masquerade Recordings. Retrieved September 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ "iTunes - Music - The Whorror - EP by Motionless In White". iTunes. Retrieved September 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Motionless In White - The Whorror". Discogs. Retrieved 2016-09-22. 
  4. ^ Mabel K (2012-11-05), Motionless in White The Whorror [Full Album], retrieved 2016-09-22