Trevor Strnad Obituary, Death – Trevor Scott Strnad, who served as the lead singer for the band Black Dalia Murder, passed died recently. Some of his peers referred to him as a “walking encyclopedia” due to the depth of his musical knowledge. His lyrics incorporated aspects of fables, magic, and the macabre in addition to those that were lighthearted.
He was just 41 years old at the time. On Wednesday (05/12/22), the band conveyed the news of Strnad’s demise by posting a statement on Instagram from their official account. In the post, they thanked him for his contributions to the band. The text of the message, which was written with a great deal of feeling, said, “It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Trevor Scott Strnad,” and it was written with a lot of passion.
There is a chance that he killed himself; however, at this time there is no more information available concerning his passing. It is possible that he killed himself. The Black Dahlia Murder was formed in the year 2001 in the city of Waterford, in the state of Michigan. Strnad was one of the founding members of the band. In 2003, the band released “Unhallowed,” which was their first studio album consisting of completely original tracks.
They have released an additional eight full-length albums since then, all of which have been successful enough to rank on the Billboard 200. The Black Dahlia Murder came to fame as one of the most successful death metal bands thanks in large part to the piercing screams that were performed by Strnad. The band calls the kind of music that they play “melodic death metal.”
The majority of their albums made their debut in the United States among the top five positions of the hard rock album chart. Strnad was one of the only two original members who remained with the band until their most recent album, which was 2020’s “Verminous.”