I love The Black Dahlia Murder. I feel that this band creates haunting and amazing music, even when it’s not their music. The band released their new EP Grind ‘Em All on Black Friday and you can listen to the whole thing right now. The EP features covers of Left For Dead, Sedition and Gyga. All of them are amazing while flowing through a Black Dahlia filter. Check out the EP below. YEEEE-AH! Continue reading
The Black Dahlia Murder and Suicide Silence have announced a co-headlining North American tour that will commence in October. The band will be joined by the likes of Alterbeast and Chelsea Grin throughout the trek. You can check out the touring schedule after the break.
Both The Black Dahlia Murder and Suicide Silence’s most recent albums, Everblack and You Can’t Stop Me, are available now.
The Black Dahlia Murder have announced a short string of five Midwest U.S. tour dates alongside Lorna Shore that will commence next month. The band will be leveling cities in Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Indiana. If you live in one of these fine states, don’t miss out. Check out the dates after the break.
A389 Records have release a colossal 54 track digital mixtape that can be downloaded for free over at their Bandcamp page. The release features killer tracks from the likes of Full of Hell, Left for Dead, Despise You, Primitive Man, The Black Dahlia Murder, Ringworm and many more. You can stream the mixtape after the break.
Decibel’s 2014 North American tour has been officially announced. Do you want to see Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder, Noisem and Gorguts on the same tour? Of course you do! It would be in your best interest to go to one of the following shows next Spring. Check out the dates after the break.
Fall is most definitely one of the most metal seasons, and you can tell by all the awesome tours that are being announced. Case in point: The Black Dahlia Murder has just announced their headlining fall tour for Into The Everblack with Skeleteonwitch, Fallujah, Noisem, and Wolvhammer. Here’s the deets:
Back in January, The Black Dahlia Murder announced their new album Everblack. I think from that point on, all Black Dahlia fans have been on their toes awaiting new material from the band. I know I have been anxious about the subject myself. Well, it is with great pleasure that I inform you that the band has unleashed their first single from Everblack, titled “Into The Everblack.” Continue reading
According to the reliable bros over at Metalsucks, former drummer of The Black Dahlia Murder, Shannon Lucas, is currently working on putting together a new grind project featuring Trevor Strnad (The Black Dahlia Murder) on vocals and Shane Embury (Napalm Death) on bass. Less notably the group features former Wartorn guitarist, Adam Faris. The group was originally conceived by Lucas prior to joining TBDM, but was put on the side line due to the groups busy schedule.
Apparently the guitar parts have been finished for quite some time and the band is just waiting for Embury to lay down some bass riffs before the ball really gets rolling. As of now, the group remains nameless but will be entering the studio in April to record vocals and drums for their first release. We will keep you updated as info is released.
— Josh Huddleston
I have been a huge The Black Dahlia Murder fan for a looooong time now and I was thoroughly impressed with their last album Ritual although I couldn’t fully take it in until well after it’s release. I started thinking not too long ago, it’s about time for a new The Black Dahlia Murder album. Well fuck me running, the band has already started tracking! Lo and fucking behold,
their they’re on top of their shit. Continue reading
Shannon Lucas, drummer for The Black Dahlia Murder, recently went to the web to officially announce his departure from The Black Dahlia Murder. In his video statement (below) Shannon reveals he will be stepping back from his drumming duties to pursue other interests. These interests include: his project with George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher from Cannibal Corpse and Killswitch Engage’s Adam Dutkiewicz, a new project and to open a tattoo shop with his wife outside Richland, Virginia. Ex-Abigail Williams drummer Alan Cassidy will be filling in for the time being. Check out the official statement below.