THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER: 'Miasma' Video To Receive World Premiere On 'Headbanger's Ball'

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's brand new video, "Miasma", will receive its world premere this weekend on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball". The clip, which was directed by Joe Lynch (DEVILDRIVER, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, KATAKLYSM) will air on Saturday, December 17. Check your local listings for the exact air times. The "iPod, uncut drunken director's cut" of the "Miasma" video can be downloaded at (.ZIP file, 18.5 MB).

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER will be embarking on a European tour starting on January 20 in Essen, Germany. Support at the dates will come from LIAR.

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's new album, "Miasma", was released in July via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded with Eric Rachel (NORA, ATREYU, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, BURNT BY THE SUN, EVERY TIME I DIE, GOD FORBID) and Andreas Magnusson (formerly of SCARLET) at Trax East studios in New Jersey.


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