The Black Dahlia Murder release music video for 'Threat Level No. 3'
The Black Dahlia Murder "Threat Level No. 3" (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

While Michigan death metal outfit The Black Dahlia Murder are gearing up to perform their debut album Unhallowed in its entirety on tour, it still won't stop the outfit from promoting their latest studio album Abysmal, which peaked at number eight on the Hard Rock Albums chart.

Yesterday, the band released the music video for the track "Threat Level No. 3". The music video features animation from Adam Avilla, who has done music videos for Kurt Vile, Red Fang, and Toxic Holocaust. Avilla has been a longtime fan of The Black Dahlia Murder, and he was thrilled to work with the band for this eye opening visual.

The Black Dahlia Murder will kick off their Unhallowed tour on April 8 inside Oddbody's Music Room in Dayton, Ohio. The trek makes its way to cities such as Brooklyn (Knitting Factory on April 16), Virginia Beach (Shaka's Live on April 18), Albuquerque (Blu Phoenix Venue on May 3), San Francisco (Brick and Mortar Music Hall on May 11), and Portland (The Analog Cafe and Theatre on May 13). San Francisco progressive death metal band Fallujah and Australian death metal outfit Disentomb will join them as support.

The Black Dahlia Murder will also perform at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival and Bled Fest. Tickets for these shows are on sale right now.

The Black Dahlia Murder tour dates

Apr. 08 - Dayton, Ohio - Oddbody's Music Room
Apr. 09 - Morgantown, W.V. - 123 Pleasant Street
Apr. 10 - Lemoyne, Pa. - The Champ
Apr. 12 - Poughkeepsie, N.Y. - The Loft
Apr. 13 - Burlington, Vt. - Higher Ground (Side Room)
Apr. 14 - Amityville, N.Y. - Amityville Music Hall
Apr. 15 - Worcester, Mass. - The Palladium (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)
Apr. 16 - Brooklyn, N.Y. - Knitting Factory
Apr. 17 - Philadelphia, Pa. - The Voltage Lounge
Apr. 18 - Virginia Beach, Va. - Shaka's Live
Apr. 19 - Chapel Hill, N.C. - Local 506
Apr. 20 - Spartanburg, S.C. - Ground Zero
Apr. 21 - Atlanta, Ga. - The Masquerade
Apr. 22 - Jacksonville, Fla. - Jack Rabbits
Apr. 23 - Orlando, Fla. - The Social
Apr. 24 - Gainesville, Fla. - High Dive
Apr. 26 - Tallahassee, Fla. - 926 Lounge
Apr. 27 - Birmingham, Ala. - Zydeco
Apr. 28 - Pensacola, Fla. - Vinyl
Apr. 29 - Houston, Texas - Eastdown
Apr. 30 - Austin, Texas - Mohawk
May 01 - Lubbock, Texas - Jake's Sports Cafe
May 03 - Albuquerque, N.M. - Blu Phoenix Venue
May 04 - Tucson, Ariz. - Club XS
May 05 - Phoenix, Ariz. - Rebel Lounge
May 06 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Divebar
May 07 - Anaheim, Calif. - Chain Reaction
May 08 - Glendale, Calif. - The Complex
May 09 - Bakersfield, Calif. - Jerry's Pizza
May 10 - Fresno, Calif. - Strummers
May 11 - San Francisco, Calif. - Brick and Mortar Music Hall
May 12 - Sacramento, Calif. - Boardwalk
May 13 - Portland, Ore. - The Analog Cafe and Theatre
May 14 - Spokane, Wash. - The Big Dipper
May 15 - Boise, Idaho - Mardi Gras
May 16 - Salt Lake City, Utah - Kilby Court
May 18 - Grand Junction, Colo. - Mesa Theatre
May 20 - Sioux Falls, S.D. - The District
May 21 - Des Moines, Iowa - Vaudeville Mews
May 22 - Madison, Wis. - Frequency
May 23 - Chicago, Ill. - Beat Kitchen
May 24 - St. Louis, Mo. - Fubar
May 25 - Indianapolis, Ind. - Emerson Theater
May 26 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - Pyramid Scheme
May 27 - Kent, Ohio - The Outpost
May 28 - Howell, Mich. - The Hartland Performing Arts Center (Bled Fest)