Miasma (album)

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Miasma
MiasmaAlbumCover.jpg
Studio album by The Black Dahlia Murder
Released July 12, 2005
Recorded March 2005
Genre Melodic death metal
Length 33:26
Label Metal Blade
Producer Andreas Magnuson, Chris Dowhan
The Black Dahlia Murder chronology
Unhallowed
(2003)Unhallowed2003
Miasma
(2005)
Nocturnal
(2007)Nocturnal2007
Singles from Miasma
  1. "A Vulgar Picture"
    Released: April 19, 2006
  2. "Miasma"
    Released: August 21, 2006
  3. "Statutory Ape"
    Released: September 20, 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
Alternative Press 5/5 stars link
Blabbermouth 8/10 stars link
HCS.net 4/5 stars link

Miasma is the second album by American death metal band The Black Dahlia Murder. Released through Metal Blade Records on July 12, 2005, Miasma is the only album to feature drummer Zach Gibson, who replaced founding member and drummer, Cory Grady, as well as being the last with bassist David Lock. Gibson also left the band the following year after the release of the album and was replaced by Shannon Lucas, formerly of All That Remains.

The album's title, Miasma, refers to Miasma theory. The track "Dave Goes to Hollywood" was originally entitled "Vice Campaign". Music videos were released for the tracks "Statutory Ape", "A Vulgar Picture", and "Miasma".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Built for Sin" 1:15
2. "I'm Charming" 2:54
3. "Flies" 3:26
4. "Statutory Ape" 3:42
5. "A Vulgar Picture" 3:37
6. "Novelty Crosses" 3:51
7. "Dave Goes to Hollywood" 3:59
8. "Miscarriage" 3:09
9. "Spite Suicide" 2:52
10. "Miasma" 4:41
Total length: 33:26

Personnel[edit]

The Black Dahlia Murder
  • Trevor Strnad - vocals (composer of lyrics)
  • Brian Eschbach - guitar (composer of all music)
  • John Kempainen - guitar
  • David Lock - bass
  • Zach Gibson - drums
Production
  • Produced by Andreas Magnuson and Chris Dowhan

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[1] 118
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[2] 5
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[3] 1

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