THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, KATAKLYSM, VADER: More 'Summer Slaughter' Dates Released

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, KATAKLYSM, VADER, CRYPTOPSY, THE FACELESS, DESPISED ICON, ABORTED, BORN OF OSIRIS, PSYCROPTIC, and WHITECHAPEL will team up for this year's "Summer Slaughter Tour" beginning on June 20. So far the following dates have been released:

June 22 - Louisville, KY - Headliner's Music Hall
July 05 - Houston, TX - Meridian
July 19 - Spokane, WA - Big Easy Concert House
July 20 - Boise, ID - Big Easy Concert House

John Kempainen (guitar) and Ryan "Bart" Williams (bass) of THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER recently spoke to Buzznet's TheReaper about life on the road and off it. And Swedish death metal, of course. Watch the three-minute clip below.

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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