Posted by Imperator on 21st January, 2013 @ 00:00 UTC

Australian Black Metal band Drowning the Light have released an EP today titled "Dead Soul Requiem", featuring two new songs with all vocals performed by Ash from Nargaroth.

New Drowning the Light EP out

Australian Black Metal band Drowning the Light are scheduled to release a new EP today titled "Dead Soul Requiem" through Obscure Abhorrence Productions. The new EP features two new songs, the lyrics and vocals for which were provided entirely by German musician Rene "Ash" Wagner of Nargaroth fame.

The track list for Dead Soul Requiem is as follows:


  1. Dead Soul Requiem
  2. I Sing You to Me


The EP is limited to 666 copies, and the first 111 copies come on red vinyl with an exclusive shirt presented in a wooden box.

"Dead Soul Requiem" is available for purchase at the official Obscure Abhorrence Site. Previous Drowning the Light albums are available on Amazon.com.



Last edited by Imperator on 5th March, 2021 @ 10:24 UTC

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