THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER To Film Video For 'Funeral Thirst'

Detroit, Michigan-based melodic death metallers THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER have issued the following update on their recent and upcoming activities:

"Due to unfortunate circumstances the ENTOMBED tour has been cancelled, in addition we have had to cancel the Sun & Steel Festival in Florida. We are very sorry to all of our fans that were hoping to see us on the road this March. We are still scheduled to play the March Metal Meltdown in New Jersey, and we just got confirmation that we will be playing the Minnesota Metal Fest, so come down and check it out. It looks like we will be shooting a video for 'Funeral Thirst' from 'Unhallowed'. Jason Joseph will be directing the video. If you're not familiar he directed the 'Contagion' video."

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER will be hitting the road in the end of March with labelmates AS I LAY DYING, who will be co-headlining the tour with EVERY TIME I DIE. SCARLET will be the opening band.


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