The lead vocalist of the death metal band The Black Dahlia Murder, Trevor Strnad has died. He was 41. His bandmates revealed the news on their official Instagram page earlier today.
This information is spread through social networks. Trevor Strnad was a lead singer and co-founder of the Michigan band The Black Dahlia Murder.
Trevor Strnad Cause Of Death
His band member shared the suicide prevention line in the United States, implicitly giving the cause of his death.
No further information is known about it yet but we will share it immediately as soon as the details are available. The band has also not stated if it will continue without the singer.
Born in 2001, The Black Dahlia Murder achieved success throughout its two decades of existence. After adopting the name after the infamous murder of Elizabeth Short in 1947.
The band released a first demo titled thanks to another reference: a line from Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest. That screen that threatened the arrival of darkness, What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse.
How Did Trevor Strnad Die?
“It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Trevor Scott Strnad. Beloved son, brother, and Shepard of good times, he was loved by all that met him,” the group wrote in their statement.
Trevor Strnad Music Band
The Black Dahlia Murder is an American melodic death metal band from Waterford, Michigan, formed in 2001.
Their name is derived from the 1947 unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short, often referred to as Black Dahlia.
The band currently comprises rhythm guitarist Brian Eschbach, bassist Max Lavelle, drummer Alan Cassidy, and lead guitarist Brandon Ellis.
The Black Dahlia Murder was due to start a European tour in August, where they would perform at festivals such as Leyendas del Rock in Spain and Bloodstock in England.
The last time we saw them in our country was on November 18, 2018, at Circo Volador, presenting their then premiere, Nightbringers.