DIRGE - Premiered New Track “Carrion Shrine” From Compilation Album 'Vanishing Point' Coming Out On March 26th

About 2 years after the end of the band, French post-metallers Dirge will release a last record with a 3xCD & Digital compilation-album called 'Vanishing Point' to be released on March 26th through the band’s own imprint Blight Records and the Swiss cult label Division Records (Impure Wilhelmina, Kehlvin, Rorcal, Unfold...)

In the meantime, the band just revealed a first audio sample from the effort with "Carrion Shrine", an unreleased outtake from the ‘Lost Empyrean’ (2018, Debemur Morti Productions) recording sessions and features additional vocals by Marion (aka Mütterlein, ex-Overmars) available right now on Bandcamp.

Dirge abruptly announced the end of their 25-year career at the peak of their creativity, right after the release of their critically acclaimed ‘Lost Empyrean’ by Debemur Morti/Blight Records.

However, they reserved one last surprise for their long-time fans and will release this final compilation album, which features a collection of unreleased tracks and other rarities that goes from their early industrial beginnings to the post-metal grandeur of their last album.

Set for release as a triple CD on March 26th by Division Records and the band’s own label Blight Records, ‘Vanishing Point’ was mixed and mastered by Raphaël Bovey (Gojira, Nostromo, Impure Wilhelmina).