TBDM - Abysmal
Studio album by The Black Dahlia Murder
Released September 18, 2015
Recorded Rustbelt Studios in Royal Oak, Michigan, USA (drums)
Regal Fecal Studios in Warren, Michigan, USA (guitars and bass)
Castle Strnad in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA (vocals)
Studio 53 in London, England, UK (guest instrumentation)
Genre Melodic death metal
Length 37:07
Label Metal Blade
Producer Mark Lewis, Ryan Williams
The Black Dahlia Murder chronology

Abysmal is the seventh studio album by American melodic death metal band The Black Dahlia Murder. It was released on September 18, 2015 through Metal Blade Records.[1] It was produced by Mark Lewis, who also produced The Black Dahlia Murder's albums Deflorate and Ritual, and the band's former bassist Ryan Williams, who also produced their preceding album Everblack.[2] It is the band's final album to feature guitarist Ryan Knight before his departure in February 2016.[3]

Track listing Edit

No. Title Length
1. "Receipt"   4:02
2. "Vlad, Son of the Dragon"   2:56
3. "Abysmal"   3:41
4. "Re-Faced"   3:50
5. "Threat Level No. 3"   3:46
6. "The Fog"   3:50
7. "Stygiophobic"   3:14
8. "Asylum"   3:38
9. "The Advent"   3:41
10. "That Cannot Die Which Eternally Is Dead"   4:29
Total length:


The Black Dahlia Murder
  • Trevor Strnad – lead vocals
  • Brian Eschbach – guitars, backing vocals
  • Ryan Knight – guitars
  • Max Lavelle – bass
  • Alan Cassidy – drums
Guest musicians
  • Rachel Dawson - cello
  • Rhianon Lock - cello
  • Mitch McGugan - violin
  • Bertie Anderson - soprano vocals
  • Mark Lewis - producer, engineering, recording, mixing
  • Ryan "Bart" Williams - recording, engineering
  • Daemorph - artwork
  • Brian Slagel - executive producer
  • John Douglass - assistant engineering
  • Steve Hilson - design


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