On September 15th 2009, Michigan’s unstoppable sons of molten melodic death metal, The Black Dahlia Murder, will release Deflorate, the follow up to 2007’s Nocturnal. Revolver Magazine’s website is now hosting the second exclusive video clip taken from the bonus DVD ‘We’re Going Places…’ that will accompany Deflorate, which comes in a Digipak. Check out the clip of the guys in Russia HERE on RevolverMag.com and make sure to check the homepage of the site for a countdown to the premier of the band’s first video off Deflorate for the track Necropolis, which will also exclusively air on RevolverMag.com, when it’s first released.

Pre-order for Deflorate available now!

In preparation of this behemoth release, Metal Blade Records is offering a pre-order to fans which includes a signed copy of Deflorate at a low price*. Go HERE to pre-order your copy of Deflorate and be sure to pick up Revolver Magazine’s Back to School issue featuring The Black Dahlia Murder’s very over Trevor Strnad on the cover, available August 18th.

*signed copies available while supplies last, low price effective up to street date at which point price will increase

Deflorate was produced by The Black Dahlia Murder, Mark Lewis (Deicide) and Jason Suecof (Beneath The Massacre, Job For A Cowboy) with mixing duties handled by Suecof. Deflorate is multifaceted death trip: beautiful, evil, and morbidly addicting. The Black Dahlia Murder’s fourth thrashing epic sees no punch pulled, no gravestone unturned, no soul uncorrupted. Guard your precious innocence all you like, it will do you no good—Deflorate is here.

If you haven’t picked up your copy of Majesty yet, the DVD is available at the Metal Blade Records online store HERE and don’t forget to catch the band live as they tour on the Rockstar Mayhem Festival this summer.

The Black Dahlia Murder is:

Trevor Strnad – vocals
Brian Eschbach – guitar
Ryan Knight – guitar
Ryan “Bart” Williams – bass
Shannon Lucas – drums

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