DISSECTION guitarist/vocalist Jon Nödtvedt and drummer Bård "Faust" Eithun (ex-EMPEROR) have spent the past few weeks looking through the audition videos that have been sent to them from all over the world. In the beginning of next year, real auditions will be held for some of the musicians needed to complete the group's lineup. It is, however, not too late for interested musicians to send in their tapes.
All material should be sent to:
Mail Box 209
111 73 Stockholm
In other news, plans exist for a DISSECTION documentary to be filmed over the course of the next year. Starting in the prison, it will follow the group through bandmember auditions, Jon's release from prison, the recording of the next album, and will include footage from their comeback tour in December 2004.
The tour will reportedly be "something out of the ordinary," with shows around two hours long and containing only old material — more or less every song from the first two albums, "The Somberlain" and "Storm Of The Light's Bane".
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