February 8, 2008

Zune recently sent a video crew out to shadow the guys in THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER on the New York City stop of their current U.S. headlining tour. Zune's video crew was on a mission to capture a day in the life of one of metal's most entertaining bands, and that they did. Follow along as Trevor, Brian, and Shannon make stops at tour sponsors Metal Maniacs offices for a roof-top interview, Fangoria magazine's offices to sit down and talk horror movies, and run amuck in New York City. In the mix of it all is live footage from the show that night at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, backstage interviews, and Trevor and Bart heading out to the streets to talk to their rabid fans. There will be a total of six three-minute exclusive "behind-the-scenes' video podcasts, all filmed in New York City on January 16, 2008, available only through Zune Marketplace and

"It's great to get the opportunity to work with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and Metal Blade. We're all huge music fans here and do everything we can to help people discover great music and to share the experience with their friends," said Richard Winn from Zune.

The first of six video podcasts featuring THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER is available now and can be viewed and downloaded here. Each additional podcast will be released on a weekly basis so make sure to keep checking the Zune Marketplace and for each installment.

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