Resurrected Chicago metallers DIRGE WITHIN played their first comeback concert this past Saturday, August 5 at Route 20 at Route 20 in Sturtevant, Wisconsin. Video footage of the gig can be seen below.
DIRGE WITHIN in June released a new version of the song "Memories". The track was mixed by Joel Wanasek, who has previously worked with MACHINE HEAD and RIGHTEOUS VENDETTA.
Prior to the hiatus, DIRGE WITHIN's recorded works included "Force Fed Lies" (eOne), the "Absolution" EP (BTR) and "There Will Be Blood" (Rocket Science Ventures). All three releases are available to stream on Spotify, or to purchase at major retailers such as iTunes and Amazon. Live activities included tours and one-offs with the likes of TRIVIUM, FEAR FACTORY, DEVILDRIVER, DOPE, KITTIE, WHITECHAPEL, STATIC-X, GWAR, PRODUCT OF HATE, ALL THAT REMAINS and more.
In the time since, members of DIRGE WITHIN performed alongside vocalist Travis Neal as THE BLOODLINE, releasing one album, "We Are One", via Another Century/Century Media.
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DIRGE WITHIN is:
Jeremy "Jerms" Genske - Vocals
Shaun Glass - Guitar
Frankie Harchut - Drums
Mike Sylvester - Bass
Chuck Wepfer - Lead Guitar
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