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by on Jun.26, 2008, under Metal Music News

Watch the brand new video from THE BLACK DAHILA MURDER for the track “Everything Went Black” off the band’s latest release “Nocturnal”. The video was directed by David Brodsky of MyGoodEye and is based off of George A. Romero’s 1982 classic horror film Creepshow.


The Black Dahlia MurderHere’s what vocalist Trevor Strnad has to say about the band’s latest video: “Just in time for the big Summer Slaughter tour, it is our pleasure to present our seventh music video, “Everything Went Black”! After the last two videos were comprised of live/goofing around footage, we wanted to do something different this time around. The Creepshow theme was an idea of Brian’s, and I think it was the perfect way to represent what we’re all about… classic horror elements, and ridiculous amounts of fun. The video was directed by Dave Brodsky, who was selected for his prior involvement with The Red Chord, and we are very stoked with the outcome. He did a really great job with recreating the campy comic book vibe of the old Creepshow series. For any of you new jacks that aren’t familiar with Creepshow, you better get your asses in gear and check it out! I must commend Dave for tolerating my most horrible acting skills (“Dude, you smiled in EVERY part!”) and John K for being the best actor this horror business has ever seen. Stay morbid and we’ll see you soon!”


In other news THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER have won the award for the Best Underground band at the prestigious Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards in London, England. Click to view fan-filmed footage of the presentation of the award (by the one and only Oderus Urungus!).


Live Review and full photo spread of the band

Live action of  ‘The Black Dahlia Murder’

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