Thursday, February 23, 2012

City Slang: Black Dahlia Murder video is bloody disgusting

Posted By on Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 9:34 AM

Local metal-heads the Black Dahlia Murder have announced that the video for the new “Moonlight Equilibrium” single is now live on BloodyDisgusting.com. See the video here.

BloodyDisgusting.com is a website for fans of horror, so that should tell you where the band have gone with this video. There are werewolves, peeps in Victorian garb, axes and all manner of gory goings on.

According to a press release from Metal Blade Records, “The video is a David Brodsky-directed nod to old-school horror films with a much more graphic approach. The video's content aptly fits the lycanthropic lyric concept set against a bawdy Victorian back drop. The result: a chilling and entertaining slice of mini-horror that metal fans and horror-enthusiasts will enjoy.”

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