THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER Frontman Interviewed On FULL METAL JACKIE's Radio Show (Audio)

Vocalist Trevor Strnad of Michigan's unstoppable sons of molten melodic death metal THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER was interviewed on the May 27-29 edition of Full Metal Jackie's nationally syndicated radio show. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

To see a full list of stations carrying the program and when it airs, go to FullMetalJackieRadio.com.

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER is featured in this months installment of the Decibel magazine flexi series. The band contributed a cover of CARCASS' classic "This Mortal Coil" with a guest appearance by CARCASS frontman Jeff Walker himself. Anyone with a subscription to Decibel magazine will get a copy of the flexi featuring this exclusive cover inside the July issue, which comes out June 9. If you don't have a subscription, issues can be ordered at the Decibel magazine webstore.

"Malenchanments Of The Necrosphere", a brand new song from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, can be streamed using the audio player below (courtesy of AltPress.com). The track comes off the band's new album, "Ritual", which will be released in Europe on June 17 and in North America on June 21 via Metal Blade Records. The effort will also be available as a box set, limited to 2,000 units including special, exclusive digibook, witch board, magic wand, sage, incense sticks and coffin nails. The CD was once again be produced by Mark Lewis (TRIVIUM, BURY YOUR DEAD, DEICIDE), who also worked on 2009's "Deflorate".

"Malenchanments Of The Necrosphere" audio stream:

"Ritual" track listing:

01. A Shrine To Madness
02. Moonlight Equilibrium
03. On Stirring Seas Of Salted Blood
04. Conspiring With The Damned
05. The Window
06. Carbonized In Cruciform
07. Den Of The Picquerist
08. Malenchanments Of The Necrosphere
09. The Grave Robber's Work
10. The Raven
11. Great Burning Nullifier
12. Blood In The Ink

Audio samples of all the tracks that are set to appear on "Ritual" are available for streaming at Amazon.com.

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