The Black Dahlia Murder 2014 tour of North America tour with Chelsea Grin, Alterbeast, and local bands, Favorite Weapon and Jack Ketch.

October 15th, 2014 at the Ace of Spades

Chelsea Grin

About Chelsea Grin

Chelsea Grin, an American deathcore band known for their intense and heavy sound, formed in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2007. The band has gone through various lineup changes over the years, but has consistently delivered powerful performances and releases.

At the forefront of Chelsea Grin’s sound is the combination of low-tuned guitars, guttural vocals, and intense drumming. The band’s music often features complex breakdowns, intricate guitar riffs, and blast beats, making for a sound that is both aggressive and technically impressive.

Lyrically, Chelsea Grin often tackles dark and heavy themes, such as violence, death, and nihilism. Despite the often grim subject matter, the band’s lyrics are often introspective and thought-provoking, and are delivered with raw emotion by vocalist Tom Barber.

In addition to their distinctive sound and lyrical themes, Chelsea Grin is also known for their striking visual aesthetic, which often features bold, macabre imagery.

Overall, Chelsea Grin is a band that is not for the faint of heart. Their music is intense, heavy, and unapologetically brutal, making them a must-listen for fans of extreme metal and hardcore music.

About Alterbeast

Alterbeast is a death metal band from Sacramento, California that was formed in 2011. The band released their debut album “Immortal” in 2014 on Unique Leader Records, showcasing their unique blend of brutal and melodic sounds. Moreover, most fans and critics believe that their second album, “Feast,” released in 2018, is their best work yet. The album features Michael Alvarez on vocals, Andrew Lamb on guitars and bass, and Alex Bent on drums. Furthermore, the band’s ability to blend old and new elements of death metal while maintaining their signature sound has earned them a devoted following.

Favorite Weapon
Jack Ketch
Jessica Wabbit interviews Jack Ketch


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