Trevor Strnad, of the Black Dahlia Murders, will appear in several of his girlfriend Violet Knox’s OnlyFans movies. Naturally, this will provide answers to many of the burning questions fans have had over the years, such as how Sternard’s tattoos look overall and whether he meets Peter Steele’s standards.
But honestly, be courteous to Sternard and his partner. If they appreciate it and are able to live a nice life as a result of it, they will have more power. The tweet below has all pertinent information.
“Perverted friend: I may or may not be on my friend @cakefarts666’s OV tonight in a new couple video. Subscribe and like her latest post to get the DM you’ve been waiting for 😈” True though, The story here happens to Knox, who just said, “Who wants to see DEEEEEEYICKKKKKK of @TrevorTBDM.”
It’s a sad day for the metal. Trevor Sternard, frontman of death metal band Black Dahlia Murder, has died. He is 41 years old. The band announced his death on their Instagram with a somber message.
“It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Trevor Scott Sternard. Dear son, brother and Shepard of the good times, loved by all who met him. A tale of music encyclopedia.
“He was a hugger, a writer, and truly one of the greatest entertainers in the world. His lyrics provided the world with stories, spells, horrors and whims. It was his life to be your show.”
They did not give a cause of death, but the surviving band members included the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number (800-273-8255) at the end of the post. See the info below and various tributes from friends and admirers in the metal community.
In 2001, Strnad formed The Black Dahlia Murder with current guitarist Brian Eschbach and several who left the band shortly after its formation. In the 2000s, Strnad’s demonic vocals – diabolically sharp and terrifying bass – and vibrant, colorful lyrics propelled the band to the upper echelons of the American death metal scene, where they remain to this day. He played nine full LPs, from “Unhallowed” in 2003 to “Verminous” in 2020.
Sternard was an extreme metal fanatic with a deep respect for all things heavy. Over the years, he has written a column on underground death metal bands and contributed other articles to the music blog Metal Injection, and is known for his deep knowledge of the genre’s history. At the same time, he is a vocal advocate supporting young bands on the scene, keeping the genre fresh and welcoming to all.
He was never afraid to push the boundaries of death metal’s historically puritanical genre, guesting and touring with Death Core – all while continuing to create extraordinary melodic death metal with The Black Dahlia Murder. His presence as an amiable, thoughtful, entertaining, and sinful insight metal spirit will be sorely missed. May he rest in power.