9 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As America’s reigning kings of melodic death metal, The Black Dahlia Murder have helped define the subgenre for a generation. On their eighth album, the band unleashes a veritable blizzard of torrential riffs, blinding blast beats, and flesh-flaying solos for a harrowing ride through a graveyard of horrors. From the savage gallop of “Matriarch” and sinister grind of the title track to the sizzling funeral pyre of “As Good as Dead,” Nightbringers reaffirms TBDM’s place atop the melodic death metal dog pile.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As America’s reigning kings of melodic death metal, The Black Dahlia Murder have helped define the subgenre for a generation. On their eighth album, the band unleashes a veritable blizzard of torrential riffs, blinding blast beats, and flesh-flaying solos for a harrowing ride through a graveyard of horrors. From the savage gallop of “Matriarch” and sinister grind of the title track to the sizzling funeral pyre of “As Good as Dead,” Nightbringers reaffirms TBDM’s place atop the melodic death metal dog pile.

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