Saturday, October 27, 2012

City Slang: Black Dahlia Murder to support Dethklok

Posted By on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 10:13 AM

Nationally-adored Detroit metal band the Black Dahlia Murder will open up for Dethklok, the fake band from Adult Swim’s animated show Metalocalypse all across the United States alongside Machine Head and All That Remains.

The Dethklok North American tour kicks off on October 30 in Norfolk, VA and wraps up in Atlanta, GA on December 8.

According to BDM’s label Metal Blade, “This will be the last tour on the Ritual album cycle. In its first week of release Ritual landed at the #29 spot on the Billboard Top 200, #6 on the Billboard Top Independent Album, #4 on the Billboard Top Hard Music Albums and #9 on the Billboard Rock Albums Chart.”

The tour reaches the Fillmore in Detroit on November 10, and the Orbit Room in Grand Rapids the following night.

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