The Black Dahlia Murder announce ‘Up From The Sewer Tour’
Metal troops The Black Dahlia Murder will be touring extensively across North America later in 2021 behind their new album ‘Verminous’. Their Up From The Sewer Tour takes place in September/October invading U.S. cities like Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Baltimore, Detroit and New York. Canadian shows are planned for Toronto and Montreal. Joining the tour in support will be special guests After The Burial, Carnifex, Rivers Of Nihil and Undeath.
TBDM released their ninth studio album ‘Verminous’ on April 17th, 2020 via Metal Blade Records. The new album follows up 2017’s ‘Nightbringers’ which reached #3 on Billboard’s Independent chart and was their first to feature Brandon Ellis on lead guitar. Also in 2017, the band embarked on their Nightbringers Tour across North America with special guests Suffocation, Exhumed, Decrepit Birth, Necrot and Wormwitch. The following year, they joined forces with Whitechapel for huge co-headlining tour before launching their own Infinite Bringers Of The Night Tour with support from Gost, Skeletal Remains, Power Trip, Pig Destroyer, Khemmis, Ghoul, Havok, Midnight and Devourment.
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About The Black Dahlia Murder Tour Albums
The Black Dahlia Murder arrived on the music scene with the release of the album ‘What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse’ released on November 30, 2000. The single ‘To You, Contortionist’ immediately became a hit and made The Black Dahlia Murder one of the newest emerging performers at that moment. Since then, The Black Dahlia Murder came out with the most beloved album ‘Nocturnal’ which includes some of the most listened to music from the The Black Dahlia Murder discography. ‘Nocturnal’ hosts the single ‘Everything Went Black’ which has proven to be the most sought-after for followers to see during the performances. Besides ‘Everything Went Black’, many of other songs from ‘Nocturnal’ have also become sought-after as a result. A handful of The Black Dahlia Murder’s most beloved tour albums and songs are seen below. After 16 years since releasing ‘What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse’ and having a massive effect in the business, fans still gather to see The Black Dahlia Murder in person to perform songs from the full collection.