Posts Tagged ‘The Black Dahlia Murder’

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So the Black Dahlia Murder, Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and Altarbeast are currently on a tour of the US.  Brain Trust Music’s resident photographer Josh Gutierrez was on hand to capture the action.  Today we’ll feature the Altarbeast pictures.  Check back later this week for the remainder of the bands.

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So the Black Dahlia Murder, Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and Altarbeast are currently on a tour of the US.  Brain Trust Music’s resident photographer Josh Gutierrez was on hand to capture the action.  Today we’ll feature the Black Dahlia Murder pictures.  Check back later this week for the remainder of the bands.

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Metal Blade Records announced today that The Black Dahlia Murder and Suicide Silence will be heading out on a co-headlining tour.  Support comes from Chelsea Grin and Alterbeast.  Dates listed below.

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Shokran come to us from Yeysk, Russia.  I’ve heard that’s a seriously hot spot for metal.  OK, maybe not, but Shokran have been studying at the altar of Melechesh.  A sitar-sounding intro that repeats through out the song that adds a uniquely Persian sound. Some serious groove in the guitars and slamming drums with brutal death metal vocals in the vein of Trevor Strnad of The Black Dahlia Murder add texture to the (somewhat) clean singing that appears occasionally.  Definitely worth a listen, even if it’s just to check out the sitar.

Price: $5 USD

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The band get’s two things out of the way in the first two minutes; there are two new members in the band in the last few years and they are marijuana connoisseurs that will gladly accept your pot, but please people, have standards! With that out of the way we head straight out on The Warped Tour! Proclaiming they are on the tour to save kids before EDM and Internet rap can ruin the youngsters lives, the band quickly show what life on The Warped Tour is like, both on stage and behind the scenes. This is quite interesting for anyone who has ever been to the tour. I attended the first few tours (side note: I saw Sublime on the very first Warped Tour, which drew terribly in a 40,000 seat stadium, and a few years later saw Eminem on a tiny side stage prior to his debut album’s release), but stopped going prior to the festival adding any metal band’s, so the backstage situation was very interesting.

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