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Dissection Announce Album Title

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Reactivated Swedish death metallers DISSECTION have set "Reinkaos" as the title of their long-awaited third album, tentatively due this spring via the band's own label, Black Horizon Music.

"The ritualistic and black magical work on 'Reinkaos', which has taken 11 years to conduct as well as 11 months in the recording studio, has in the long hard road to manifestation been steadily accompanied with constant struggle, internal and external turbulence, occult practice, murder sentences, scandals, Satanic crime, media boycott and censorship, violence, death and chaos," reads a posting on he band's official web site. "After all… 'Reinkaos' is now finally to be unleashed!"

Commented singer/guitarist Jon Nödtveidt: "We have invested our souls in this album, gone through fire and brimstone to make everything work."

Black Horizon Music will also re-release the bands back catalogue, including the classic albums "The Somberlain" and "Storm of the Light's Bane". A documentary film about DISSECTION is currently in production.

Source: blabbermouth

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1. Faust writes:

Badass, Dissection is the sh**. Too bad Jon had to kill that dude and go to jail, but now that he's out he'll take up his former throne as the ruler of the black metal underground

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Wicked! Can't wait.

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