Posted on: October 6, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

The Black Dahlia Murder is an act that has been amazing audiences for nearly fifteen years. Over the course of their time together as a band, they have expanded what metal can honestly be. Through their inclusion of passionate emotions and intelligent arrangements, The Black Dahlia Murder is an act that never lets their listeners pause.

This continues in the live format; the sheer energy and ability that they bring to the stage every time they step foot on it is unparalleled. The only thing that holds fans back from the band is the ticket price – there is a lot of demand for seats no matter where the band sets down for the night. To combat this, Yahoo! Live is streaming a Black Dahlia Murder concert free of charge on October 9th. The band will be playing Irving Plaza in New York City, and their performance will be captured by some of the most cutting edge video and audio recording tools that are available. If you are not actively at the concert that night (or are going to another night of The Black Dahlia Murder’s tour, make it a point to invite some friends over and be floored by one of the hardest working bands in metal. Make sure to visit the Yahoo! Live website for more information about additional tour dates; if The Black Dahlia Murder is not your style of music, the Yahoo! Live service will be capturing live concerts from a wide variety of styles. Lecrae will be broadcast live on October 12th, Richard Marx on October 19th, and the Avett Brothers will light up the stage on December 13th. Broadcasting live streams is the way of the future, and Yahoo! Live is at the fore of this service – check them out at your earliest convenience.

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