Whether the big show goes down at The Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan, the Blue Moose Tap House in
Iowa City, or any of the other top-tier venues that The Black Dahlia Murder might show up at, this is just one of those shows
that you absolutely have to be a part of sooner or later. With a tour that will be all over the place, this unique metal band
is sure to bring the house down at a venue near you, giving you plenty of reasons to forget your favorite playlist and actually
hear this heart-pounding band do their thing in front of a live audience. Once you're there, you'll be glad that you're not
anywhere else, as the live music experience still cannot be matched no matter how impressive you think your sound system is.
one of the best parts about this band is that they seem to be everywhere. You can catch a show in Vancouver, British Columbia
but you can also catch them in Vermont, showing that this is a band that gets absolutely everywhere, spanning both sides of
North America and delivering plenty of great performances in between. With so many great venues to choose from, The Black
Dahlia Murder is likely to be rocking the stage at a venue near you sooner or later.
The Black Dahlia Murder
When you hear the name The Black Dahlia Murder, you might have a few questions, like 'what was the inspiration
behind the name?'
To answer that question you have to go all the way back to the late-1940s, when the infamous murder
of Elizabeth Short took place and turned the entire town of Hollywood, if not the world, completely on its head due to the
gruesome nature of the crime. Since then, the incident has taken on legendary proportions and still remains deeply shrouded
in mystery, paving the way for generations of people interested in the bizarre and tragic unsolved murder that remains a dark
stain on the era in Los Angeles history. When you hear the background, you get a good idea what The Black Dahlia Murder is
all about – a trip into the underbelly of society for a dark and unflinching look at that which most people would rather
forget. The Black Dahlia Murder is a band that knows a thing or two about connecting with its live audience, giving you plenty
of reasons to head out and hear this band do their thing up close and personal.
The Black Dahlia Murder Background
straight out of Waterford, Michigan, The Black Dahlia Murder, or sometimes just referred to as Black Dahlia, has been rocking
live audiences since they first formed back in 2000, putting on some serious shows that have helped make them a staple of
the metal scene in the process. With Trevor Strnad on vocals, Brian Eschbach and Ryan Knight on guitar, Alan Cassidy on drums
and Max Lavelle on the bass, this is a band that's known for its eclectic blend of heavy metal that makes them one of the
most unique acts that you'll find anywhere.
Though The Black Dahlia Murder got going long before 2008, they really kicked
it up a notch by headlining the Summer Slaughter Tour, helping make them big names on the metal circuit and bringing them
a newfound level of popularity. From there, they've been steadily touring the country to sold out shows, making each and every
one of their concerts something that you need to see first-hand to truly appreciate.
started for The Black Dahlia Murder all the way back in 2003 with Unhallowed, and there have been plenty of big hits since
then. Over the years, their popularity has only picked up and their albums are frequent fixtures in the U.S. Billboard Top
200, which their latest album, Everblack, had absolutely no problem achieving as well. With six studio albums and too many
hits to name, this is a band you don't want to miss.
The Concert Experience
In the day of readily available
media, it can be easy to stay away from the stage and just catch your favorite tunes on your many difference devices –all
of which pale in comparison with actually being there and hearing your favorite songs with thousands of your fellow fans.
Come out and see a live concert experience that you'll be talking about well after it's over, as seeing a great band first-hand
is just one of those events that you won't soon forget.
And a band that definitely qualifies is The Black Dahlia, as
they're, at this point, old pros at connecting with audiences and giving fans a worthy show that will send them off into the
night thinking about listening to some more Black Dahlia as soon as they get home.