City Slang: Black Dahlia Murder announce fall tour

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The Black Dahlia Murder has announced that it will tour the states this fall.

The tour will kick off in Cleveland on October 24, and end with two Michigan dates – The Intersection in Grand Rapids on November 26 and the Machine Shop in Flint the following nights. Also on the bill of the “Into the Everblack” tour are Skeletonwitch, Fallujah, Noisem (10/24-11/19), and Wolvhammer (11/20-11/27).

According to Metal Blade Records, “The Black Dahlia Murder just returned home from a long summer on tour as part of the Van's Warped Tour. At the Ventura, CA stop of the tour, Brian Eschbach, Ryan Knight, Max Lavelle, and Alan Cassidy, recorded their parts for "Into the Everblack" from the band's new album, "Everblack."
"Everblack," the band's new album, debuted at #32 on the Billboard Top 200, #3 on the Billboard Current Hard Music Albums chart (behind Black Sabbath and Queens of the Stone Age). Additional chart debuts include #3 on the Billboard Hard Music Albums, #9 on the Billboard Independent Albums, and #30 on the Hits Albums Chart. Additionally, the album peaked at #15 on the iTunes album chart, and #2 on the iTunes Metal chart, second only to living legends Black Sabbath.

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