Black Dahlia Murder - Unhallowed [Colored Vinyl LP]



Heavily influenced by Swedish metal and infused with the very brutal sounds of the Florida death metal scene, The Black Dahlia Murder's debut 2003 release Unhallowed blends the perfect mix of blast beats, heavy guitars and melody. What starts off with a low audio clip of vocalist Trevor Strnad reading from a book on cannibalism quickly and quite brutally jumps right into a full force attack on your senses, that does not let up until the album's end. What The Black Dahlia Murder does is up the speed and intensity of the style into a gore-soaked whirlwind all their own. They seamlessly twist from destructively fast blast beats to beautiful and dark melodic textures, creating a soundtrack to the horror and insanity surrounding the Black Dahlia legacy.

  1. Unhallowed
  2. Funeral Thirst
  3. Elder Misanthropy
  4. Contagion
  5. When the Last Grave Has Emptied
  6. Thy Horror Cosmic
  7. The Blackest Incarnation
  8. Hymn for the Wretched
  9. Closed Casket Requiem
  10. Apex