Trevor Strnad, the vocalist and chief of the Black Dahlia Homicide, has died at 41.
“It’s with deep unhappiness that we announce the passing of Trevor Scott Strnad. Beloved son, brother, and Shepard of fine occasions, he was beloved by all that met him,” reads a press release that was posted to the band’s official social media account. “A strolling encyclopedia of all issues music. He was a hugger, a author, and actually one of many world’s best entertainers. His lyrics offered the world with tales and spells and horror and whimsy. It was his life to be your present.” On the finish of their assertion, the band included the quantity for the Nationwide Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255.
Strnad shaped the influential steel band in Waterford, Michigan, which is simply outdoors of Detroit. They launched a demo album, What A Horrible Night time To Have A Curse, in 2001. They quickly began performing exhibits across the Midwest and signed to Metallic Blade Data. Their studio debut, Unhallowed, was launched in 2003. The Black Dahlia Homicide continued to launch a brand new album each different yr; their most up-to-date was 2020’s Verminous.