The Black Dahlia Murder reschedule Winter 2021 European Tour to Winter 2022

The Black Dahlia Murder Euro Tour 2022 poster
The Black Dahlia Murder released their new album, “Verminous”, in spring of this year via Metal Blade Records.

The band was set to take the album on the road and announced a full European tour for January of 2021.

Due to the given circumstances and the band’s regret the tour has to be pushed back for a full year to 2022. Please find below the new dates.

European Tour Dates 2022:
Jan. 14, 2022 - Essen (DE) - Turock
Jan. 15, 2022 - Munich (DE) - Backstage
Jan. 16, 2022 - Cham (DE) - L.A.
Jan. 17, 2022 - Prag (CZ) - Nova Chmelnice
Jan. 18, 2022 - Budapest (HU) - Barba Negra
Jan. 19, 2022 - Ljubljana (SI) - Kino Siska
Jan. 20, 2022 - Paderno Dugnano (IT) - Slaughter Club
Jan. 21, 2022 - Aarau (CH) - Kiff
Jan. 22, 2022 - Lyon (FR) - Ninkasi Kao
Jan. 23, 2022 - Nantes (FR) - Le Ferrailleur
Jan. 25, 2022 - Madrid (ES) - Caracol
Jan. 26, 2022 - Barcelona (ES) - Boveda
Jan. 27, 2022 - Tarbes (FR) - La Gespe
Jan. 28, 2022 - Paris (FR) - Petit Bain
Jan. 29, 2022 - Vosselaar (BE) - Biebob
Jan. 30, 2022 - Bristol (GB) - The Fleece
Jan. 31, 2022 - Birmingham (GB) - O2 Academy 2
Feb. 01, 2022 - Sheffield (GB) - O2 Academy
Feb. 02, 2022 - Glasgow (GB) - Classic Grand
Feb. 03, 2022 - Belfast (GB) - Limelight 2
Feb. 04, 2022 - Dublin (IE) - Voodoo Lounge
Feb. 05, 2022 - Southampton (GB) - The Loft
Feb. 06, 2022 - London (GB) - Islington Assembly Hall
Feb. 08, 2022 - Enschede (NL) - Metropool
Feb. 09, 2022 - Amsterdam (NL) - Q-Factory
Feb. 10, 2022 - Hannover (DE) - Faust
Feb. 11, 2022 - Wiesbaden (DE) - Schlachthof
Feb. 12, 2022 - Hamburg (DE) - Kronensaal
Feb. 13, 2022 - Copenhagen (DK) - Vega
Feb. 14, 2022 - Gothenburg (SE) - Valand
Feb. 15, 2022 - Stockholm (SE) - Slaktkyrkan
Feb. 16, 2022 - Umea (SE) - Droskan
Feb. 17, 2022 - Oulu (FI) - Hevimesta
Feb. 18, 2022 - Tampere (FI) - Olympia-Kortteli
Feb. 19, 2022 - Helsinki (FI) - On The Rocks
Feb. 20, 2022 - Tallinn (EE) - Club Tapper
Feb. 21, 2022 - Riga (LV) - Melna Piektdiena
Feb. 22, 2022 - Vilnius (LT) - Vakaris
Feb. 23, 2022 - Warsaw (PL) - Hydrozagadka
Feb. 24, 2022 - Berlin (DE) - Hole
Feb. 25, 2022 - Stuttgart (DE) - Wizemann
Feb. 26, 2022 - Leipzig (DE) - Hellraiser
(w/ Rings Of Saturn and Viscera)

Stream and purchase “Verminous” now, here

“Verminous” is The Black Dahlia Murder’s most dynamic, rousing and emotional release to date, and it achieves this without compromising one iota of heaviness. “I think this is the biggest evolutionary leap we’ve ever taken from one album to the next. We stoked the creative fires with 2017’s "Nightbringers" and it’s gone much further now in "Verminous"”, states vocalist Trevor Strnad. “It’s a very colorful, moody, and charismatic album that experiments with new sounds and ideas without losing the cutthroat Black Dahlia edge. There is a lot of minutiae to digest. Plenty of delicious little Easter eggs woven into the fabric of each song. Each one is a living, breathing entity that will stand on its own as some of the best music this band has ever created”.

While the drums were recorded at The Pipeyard in Plymouth, Michigan by ex-bassist and longtime studio guru Ryan “Bart” Williams, the bulk of the album was recorded in New Jersey at guitarist Brandon Ellis’ home studio, the Shred Light District, then mixed by Tue Madsen and mastered by Alan Douches.

Produced by Ellis and the band, “Verminous” sees Black Dahlia having a greater level of control over every facet of recording than on any previous release, enabling them to tweak and fine-tune all the small details right up until the point they sent it to Madsen in Denmark.

“To say we were anal-retentive would be an understatement. Tue did an outstanding job. His mix is organic. Classic sounding. Not too slick. It’s got an old school "real life" feel to it rather than being the overly polished quantized-to-hell drek that is coming out these days. We wanted the album’s sound to have its own personality, and he helped us achieve just that. Finally, Alan did a great job of smoothing out the final details with his mastering. He beefed it up into what you hear now”.

The only other outside collaborators with which the band worked were soundscape artist Michael Ghelfi, who provided the sample that opens the record and “sets the pest-ridden vibe”, and Juanjo Castellano, who painted the cover. “It’s amazing and classically death metal cover artwork. I call it an evil underground sewer world, home to the verminous ones. If you look closely you can find all kinds of rats and bugs and critters scattered throughout. The amount of detail Juanjo put in there is second to none”.

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