The Black Dahlia Murder: Documentary Trailer

The Black Dahlia Murder: Documentary Trailer (2009)

01 January 2009

Go behind the scenes with this hair-raising documentary that gets up close and almost too personal with Michigan death-metal band the Black Dahlia Murder, including the boys' mad misbehavior on tour. Candid interviews with band members and all-access backstage passes reveal Black Dahlia Murder's lighter side, while clips from live performances prove these guys definitely know how to bring the musical devastation.

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