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Dirge Premiere New Song "Wingless Multitudes" From Upcoming New Album "Lost Empyrean"

Dirge have teamed up with Metalundergound.com to exclusively premiere a new song titled "Wingless Multitudes", taken from their upcoming new album "Lost Empyrean", which will be out in stores December 14th via Debemur Morti Productions.

Check out now "Wingless Multitudes" below.

Tells the band's promotion agency:

"Boasting a 2 and ½ year writing process and mixing/mastering credits by Raphael Bovey (Wilhelmina, Schammasch, Zatokrev), Dirge's new album 'Lost Empyrean' serves as a soundtrack to the dual relationship between the primordial quintessence colliding with the earthly body and the illusory nature of providence upon the somber, meager trappings of existence. With a molten foundation likening early Baroness, Pelican and Isis and the atmospheric permutations of the later, Neurosis and modern Killing Joke, DIRGE forge a sonic landscape that both swells and breathes with lush and delicate passages while brutally pummeling with emotive, heavy riffs.

'Lost Empyrean' is as dynamic and multi-faceted as it is crushing and furious. Like the crashing of waves, sludgy, doom-laden riffs ebb and flow into calm ambience and sonorous post-metal atmosphere. Dour roars relax into despondent clean vocals and spoken word. With their latest masterpiece, DIRGE weave a tapestry of fluid contradictions. Melodic and dissonant, hopeful and desperate, tranquil and tempestuous, 'Lost Empyrean' is not simply a record to be heard, but to be surrendered to."

Pre-orders are now open HERE.

"When multitudes shall plague the world and cloud the skies,
Crippled seraphs, wounded animals shall swirl, shall rise,
Armoured shadows with sharpened spines,
Shall bend their bows, shall walk in line."

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