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There are multiple bands called Dissection:

1) Dissection was a band from Strömstad, Sweden. The band was formed in 1989 by Jon Nödtveidt (vocals / lead, rhythm & acoustic guitars). Other members were Ole Öhman (drums), Peter Palmdahl (bass), and John Zwetsloot (rhythm & classic acoustic guitars).

In 1990, Dissection played their first live show with death metal act Entombed. In the same year, they recorded and released their first demo titled “The Grief Prophecy”. A year later the first EP “Into Infinite Obscurity” was released. In 1992, Dissection began work on a full-length album, “The Somberlain”, which was released by the now-defunct Swedish label No Fashion Records.

During November 1994, Dissection signed a record deal with the German record label Nuclear Blast. Because he didn’t take the band as seriously as the other members did, John Zwetsloot was replaced by Johan Norman on rhythm guitars. In 1995, the band’s second full-length album, “Storm of the Light’s Bane”, was released, after which Öhman left the band to be replaced by Tobias Kellgren. The following year, Dissection also released a short EP titled “Where Dead Angels Lie”. It was compiled from previous rare and import releases, and contained only cover songs and demo tracks.

In 1997, a compilation album featuring almost all old Dissection demo songs was issued, titled “The Past Is Alive (The Early Mischief)”. That same year, Jon Nödtveidt was convicted of helping murder a 38-year old homosexual man in Gothenburg and the band disbanded. Jon was serving time in prison until early 2004 and then reactivated the band.


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  • Ugly13

    Thrash Metal Dissection from Canada \\\\m/ \\\\m/ [2]

    Yesterday 3:05am Reply
  • eidole

    "Thrash Metal Dissection from Canada" Not as good/epic/you name it as Dissection from Sweden for sure. Not bad at all though, it was chaotic and ferocious at least

    30 Aug 9:26pm Reply
  • Yelyah-Williams

    v No

    24 Aug 10:12pm Reply
  • IranianFaggot97

    Thrash Metal Dissection from Canada \\m/ \\m/

    7 Aug 9:15pm Reply
  • versionfiv

    yep, why i said almost =p

    21 Jul 7:30am Reply
  • eidole

    versionfiv: Cardinal Sin was John Zwetsloot's band. He never played in Satanized, "Satanized" wasn't one of his songs, as simple as this. Perhaps it was composed by Tobias and/or Johan.

    18 Jul 10:27pm Reply
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    1 Jul 2:30pm Reply
  • versionfiv

    hm so there's Dissection - Satanized or more properly Satanized, Decameron Satanized and Soulreaper Satanized ... almost surprised cardinal sin didn't do one too...

    4 Jun 4:50am Reply
  • treeweavermetal

    Currently ripping The Somberlain vinyl to my PC. Supreme band!

    24 May 12:00pm Reply
  • Mors-aeternum

    Hi an alle Metalheads, ich biete zur Zeit ein Dissection Unikat auf Ebay an. Falls Interesse besteht schaut mal rein!

    13 May 7:29am Reply
  • versionfiv

    i was thinking more like enforcer or black trip or even that thrash metal band corrupt, which i have been listening to a lot of lately

    9 May 4:45pm Reply
  • SlaveOfN1l

    "if Jon were still alive he would have been in one of those heavy metal revival bands that are popping up these days." Most likely, something like The Devil's Blood I guess

    5 May 10:08pm Reply

    Reinkaos >>>>>>>>> ♥ ³

    26 Apr 11:32pm Reply
  • Russian_Wolf

    бесспорно охренительная вещь

    23 Apr 4:56pm Reply
  • darkgnome

    ReinkaΩs differs from all and everything.

    21 Apr 6:21am Reply
  • versionfiv

    you know, if Jon were still alive he would have been in one of those heavy metal revival bands that are popping up these days.

    7 Apr 11:32pm Reply
  • versionfiv

    reissued on normal vinyl by the end records in color vinyl..

    2 Apr 12:22pm Reply
  • mk741

    Brilliant songwriting on their first two albums.

    1 Apr 9:45am Reply
  • Idiots-Rule

    The Somberlain and Storm Of The Light's Bane are amazing! Not (yet) too fond of Reinkaos, though.

    28 Mar 4:20pm Reply
  • Cohorror

    Storm of the Light's Bane is one of the best albums in metal, no doubt. Piece of art.

    6 Mar 1:20am Reply
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