The Black Dahlia Murder have streamed a brutal new single ‘Child Of Night’, from their new album, Verminous, via Metal Blade Records on April 17th. Produced by Vesa Ranta & Kaira Films, watch the video now, purchase the track and pre-order the album. Continue reading
The Black Dahlia Murder has shared the new details for their brand new album, Verminous, releasing on April 17th via Metal Blade Records. The band shared the lyric video for the title track, which you can see below. They also made their pre-orders and bundles live, some of which have already sold out! Tickets for the bands’ upcoming North American tour with Testament, go on sale this Friday, February 7th! Continue reading
The Black Dahlia Murder has shared a new single via Spotify! The Melodic Death Metal masters have shared ‘Verminous’, the first salvo in what promises to be a slamming new album, released later this year via Metal Blade Records. The album is the follow-up to their 2017 release Nightbringers. Jam out to the track now, and catch the band on tour this spring with Testament! Continue reading
Fresh off the announcement of their upcoming new album Titans Of Creation (Nuclear Blast), Testament has booked a north American tour with The Black Dahlia Murder, Municipal Waste and Meshiaak. The thirty-date trek will kick-off in Phoenix on April 20th and will make stops in Austin, Mexico, and Toronto before concluding in Anaheim on May 28th. Tickets are avaialble from the link below. Continue reading
Hellfest has announced its 15th-anniversary lineup for summer 2020, and it looks like a dream! Already announced Faith No More, and Down will be joined by Deftones, System Of A Down, Incubus, Korn, Mastodon, Opeth, Deep Purple, Judas Priest, The Offspring, Infectious Grooves, The Darkness, Obituary, Death DTA (the Death tribute featuring members of Death), At The Gates, Entombed AD, Sacred Reich, Devin Townsend, Meshuggah, The Black Dahlia Murder, Dying Fetus, Misery Index, Mayhem, Abbath, Rotting Christ, Primordial, The Great Old Ones, Wardruna, The Hu, Taake, Watain, Alcest, Borknagar, Gaahl’s Wyrd, Electric Wizard, Baroness, Om, Witchcraft, Black Mountain, Elder, ASG, Envy, Mono, John Garcia & the Band of Gold, High On Fire, Pelican, Killing Joke, Perturbator, Life of Agony, 3TEETH, Inter Arma, Body Count, Suicidal Tendencies, Youth of Today, Slapshot, Jesus Piece, Higher Power, Social Distortion, Anti-Flag, Agnostic Front, Reverend Horton Heat, Grade 2, Code Orange, and many more. Hellfest takes place June 19-21 in Clisson, France near Paris and ticket info is coming soon! Continue reading
In a post to Twitter, The Black Dahlia Murder frontman Trevor Strnad reports he has finished his work writing the bands new album. As we previously reported, the band is set to spend the summer in the studio recording their new album, due out late in 2019 or early in 2020 via Metal Blade Records. The band spent the last few years touring behind their stellar 2017 album Nightbringers. Who is primed for a new album from TBDM? We are! Continue reading
The rain. It’s been a thing this festival season, hasn’t it? But even with that said, Chicago Open Air Presents, which hasn’t seen a line up since 2017, pushed on through for their long awaiting festival fans who came to rock – rain or shine! And I’ll tell you: even with the rain, loyal fans pushed through those gates once those doors opened and ran towards that one main stage at the Seat Geek Stadium like it was the most anticipated event of their year. It was sad to see early bands like Vein and Code Orange get canceled by rain and the later start, but the safety of the fans has to come first. It was awesome to see the stage relive its previous year’s glory with the sound of pure rock that could only come from some of the heaviest hitting metal/rock bands around. And the music did fly high above those storm clouds when Beartooth hit the stage that first day. Well-known Swedish bands like Meshuggah and a very artistic and melodic metal performance by Ghost was next, followed by long-awaited headliners System of A Down. SOAD had everyone, myself included, singing along to classics like ‘Aerials’, ‘B.Y.O.B’ amongst their thirty song setlist, and I’m pretty sure that by when they closed out with ‘Toxicity’ we were all out of breath and losing our vocal cords. Eh, it was worth it.