On Thursday, April 11th, Michigan death-metal stalwarts the Black Dahlia Murder swung like a wrecking ball through London's The Underworld, leaving broken bodies and lifted spirits in their wake. Trevor Strnad and Co. were playing in support of 2017's stellar full-length Nightbringers and cranked through a 19-song set full of oldies and goodies. Photographer Nick Sayers was there to catch all the rip-roaring action — check out some of his standout shots below.
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