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The Diabolical Return Of Dissection

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Top40-Charts.com has written the following article on Dissection's return:

In the annals of exquisite Scandinavian dark metal music, few have been graced with the title "legend." Entry into the ranks of such honor requires a strict doctrine of vision, passion, and above all, an unyielding compulsion for conceiving extraordinary and extreme, bleak musical landscapes. Such artists befitting of the renown include names that echo into eternity: Mayhem, Emperor, Darkthrone, and Sweden's Dissection. Escapi Music/Screaming Ferret Wreckords is pleased to announce the return of Dissection with the release of Maha Kali.
Through a mere 2 studio albums, "The Somberlain" and "Storm of the Light's Bane" (the latter being released in 1995), Dissection's unique blend of blackened intensity with melodic integrity launched the band to the forefront of the budding 'Black Metal Scene' as well as being heralded as an originator of the much-imitated 'Gothenburg sound'. Led by vocalist/guitarist/visionary Jon Nodtveidt, the band was primed for metal greatness, as a true explorer of genuine musical darkness.

However, due to internal conflict and "legal complications," Dissection was forced to disband in 1997, with demo compilations and unreleased recordings to further fuel the band's legendary acclaim.

Source: Top40-Charts.com

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