DISSECTION Mainman Rejects Split Rumors

Mainman Jon Nödtveidt of the reactivated Swedish death metallers DISSECTION has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"A few words to all you out there, whom this might concern… As you all heard, the Rebirth is now over… Has the band split up? No. We are now heading into a new phase, a darker phase, which might reveal the unexpected, for some at least, and for sure a few secrets as well… How it will manifest? I'm sure you all will see eventually. It might have been predicted by those who have eyes to see and ears to hear. For this is in no way a new path for us, exploring the unknown as always… yet this time one step further towards the only one goal. Since the path we are treading now fast is burning and turning towards an end, I want to take the opportunity to say… This is the end that we long have awaited… an end holding a new beginning. The beginning that in itself might be the inevitable end!"

As previously reported, DISSECTION recently reacquired the rights to their classic "Storm of the Lights Bane" album from Nuclear Blast. In addition, Black Lodge's licensing rights to the group's 1993 debut, "The Somberlain", will expire this month. Both albums are currently out of print and will be re-issued by the label to which DISSECTION will sign for their next album.

DISSECTION entered the studio in February to begin recording their long-awaited third album, the group's first release since "Storm of the Light's Bane". Rough-mix versions of two songs recorded during those sessions are available for download on their official web site. Check out the tracks "Xeper-I-Set" (mp3, lyrics) and "Starless Aeon" (mp3, lyrics).


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