UK crossover thrashers Cage Fight demand respect in their punishing new video for “Respect Ends.” Check out the track here.
Read our thoughts on ‘Lesions of a Different Kind’ the Prosthetic Records debut from New York death metal band Undeath.
Death metal powerhouse The Black Dahlia Murder have just shared the news that they’re heading out this Spring for a 2020 North American tour with Testament. Clocking in at just under a month of performances, the tour will include supporting acts Municipal Waste and Meshiaak.
South Africa has the honour of being the country where The Black Dahlia Murder will debut some of the new songs from their soon to be announced album. We spoke to Trevor Strnad about their first time visiting, the influence of their newest member, Brandon Ellis, being part of Metal Blade Records, and how death metal challenges Christianity.
Are you sure those riffs are big enough? Ok then… Death metal group VHS are emerging “From The Murky Depths” with their brand new lyric video off their new Rotten Roll Rex / HPGD Productions album, We’re Gonna Need Some Bigger Riffs.
We Tourpedoed Trevor Strnad, lead singer of the Metal Blade Records melodic death metallers The Black Dahlia Murder, and he told us what it might be like to spend some time with the band out on the road… and it seems gnarly.
We peered into the mind of Trevor Strnad, lead vocalist of Metal Blade Records’ melodic death metal maestros The Black Dahlia Murder, via a short Rorschach inkblot test. What do manta rays, ovaries, and microwaves have in common? Find out here!
Sitting down with Trevor during the Summer Slaughter tour I got to pick his brain apart about the band, Patrick Swayze and everything in between.
Michigan natives The Black Dahlia Murder are no strangers to a few things, namely: being heavy as fuck, having a loyal fan base, and headlining the Summer Slaughter Tour.
It’s Saturday September 26, 2009 and The Black Dahlia Murder is in town. Spencer Matulaitis headed down to the Sound Academy at the Harbourfront in Toronto, Ontario to chat with BDM’s vocalist, Trevor Strnad, and bassist, Ryan Williams about the new album, music videos, touring and their lack of a BDM website.