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Dissection to Release Limited Edition Single

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Dissection will release the single, "Starless Aeon", as a CD limited to 1,000 copies and only available to North America through The End Records' mail-order website. Tracklisting is as follows:

1. Starless Aeon (Album Version)
2. Xeper-I-Set (Album Version)
3. Starless Aeon (Instrumental Version)
4. Bonus Video: Starless Aeon (Original Edit)

Singer/guitarist, Jon Nödtveidt, had the following to say about the video accompanying the single: “For the making of the video to "Starless Aeon", the first song from "ReinKaos" to become visual, Dissection explore a special filming technique, shooting scenes backwards, with the band literally having to perform their music and sing the lyrics backwards. The filmed sequences have then ultimately been reversed again, with an original backwards sequence playing forwards in sync with the album version of the song. The visual result appears rather sick and disturbing, and like the rest of the video, very dark.”

The video will debut on MP3.com Monday, April 10th.

Source: SMN News

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1. metalmayhem writes:

dissection is one of the best bands on the planet....it is good to see them back

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2. gytrash writes:

Shame only the yanks have the benefit of this CD. Both tracks are excellent going by the pre-mixes the band made available a while back. I'd love a copy of this...

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