THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER In Moscow: Photos, Video Footage Available

Musica.Mustdie.Ru has uploaded quality photos of THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's January 22, 2009 concert at club Tochka in Moscow, Russia. Fan-filmed video footage of the show can be viewed below.

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER has tapped former ARSIS guitarist Ryan Knight to replace John Kempainen, who "abruptly" left the fold in November. The news was revealed by Trevor Strnad in an interview with on December 17, 2008 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. During the 10-minute chat Strnad also revealed that the band "almost died" after flipping its trailer twice earlier that day (December 17) and the group's van ended up in a ditch.

Regarding the band's latest addition, Strnad said, "He shreds, man. We've been sending him new songs from the [upcoming] album — we've got four songs so far — and he sent them back and just shredded them into pieces. So I have a boner right now. [Laughs] I'm so excited to fucking play with this kid. We've toured with them before, we've toured with ARSIS, and we know he's cool. It's hard, because we love ARSIS, but he was already leaving them. He was actually… Some people were gonna hook him up with DEICIDE, but we swept him just in time."

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's new album, "Nocturnal", was released on September 18, 2007 via Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Miasma" was recorded with Eric Rachel (who mixed "Miasma") and was mixed by Jason Suecof.


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