Tuesday, September 11, 2012

City Slang: Black Dahlia Murder to tour with Dethklok

Posted By on Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 10:31 PM

Detroit’s Black Dahlia Murder has announced that it will be going out on tour this fall with Dethklok, the semi-fictional band from the TV show Metalocalypse, plus Machine Head and All That Remains.

Vocalist Trevor Strnad comments; "The rumors are true the cat is out of the bag and we FINALLY get to talk about this amazing tour this fall the excitement was almost too much to handle! We in TBDM are completely honored to be a part of this monstrous tour we want to extend our thanks to Mr. Brendan Small for having us aboard. We'll do our best to impress the legions of ravenous Dethklok fans. Metalheads: See you this fall!"

The tour hits the Fillmore in Detroit on November 10, then the Orbit Room in Grand Rapids the following night. In total, there are more than 30 stops in the States and Canada.

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