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Posted by Noctir at 7: Monday, August 18, The band is ready to step forward from the shadows with a ‘big bang’. The band started their ‘The Rebirth of Dissection’ European tour from a completely sold out gig in Stockholm, Sweden on the 30th of October. The whole band was present backstage and the new Dissection members Set and Brice wanted to give their own input for the interview as well.

Also, I guess it should be mentioned that Dissection’s new single titled MAHA KALI was released just a short while ago and it has been sharing opinions amongst the Dissection fans quite drastically indeed due to its a bit different approach musically compared to the band’s past releases.

The rebirth of Dissection is here Dear Metal dudes and dudettes It’s so great, I really cannot put any words to it how I feel to have this band back in action again.

It really feels unreal, over the top. I’m just happy that we can be around again to make some ‘noise’ again as you put it so nicely, he-he!!

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You recently played a completely sold-out gig in Stockholm and received some amazing response from that particular gig. How did it feel to notice that your fans have never forgotten Dissection and have been there for you for all these years, awaiting the return of Dissection? It was simply a very special atmosphere coming from the fans of the band as we played for them for the 1st time for many years, you know.

Yes, the audience was very strong and very powerful, you know. Fratter feeling overall was energetic and The response from them was incredible. It also feels so great to see and meet all the people who have been there all these years for us, kind of waiting our return back to the scene again.

It’s also something that I cannot put into any words to describe my innermost feelings well enough over the whole thing as this is absolutely beyond any words. It was kinda weird because people came from all over the world to see us playing our reunion in Stockholm; from the U. Seriously, did you just say, even as far away as from Mexico?! That must have been something for you then That really meant something very special nemiddial us Yeah, it was a very special gig for us all in all, I can tell.

I read that the place for your reunion gig was times for a bigger place because originally there were more people coming to your gig than they had tickets available to that particular gig And finally this gig was booked to a venue called Arenan? Yes, it was simply amazing that so many people came to see us there. Did you feel like playing all the songs off that album, was some sort of ‘necessary evil’ toward your fans?

And for those who also waited for this long and didn’t get to fdater Dissection nemiddial the past when we were around back in the day, you know.

I can tell that we really enjoyed every second when we were playing our songs for the audience. We picked up the songs for our set that we felt we liked to play, so What are those key elements on that album that made it such a success story in the entire career of Dissection? I think that particular album has a special ‘black’ essence that’s hard to put into any words, you know, put the word into the feeling and all the music on that album.


For us it was just like we wanted to express ourselves musically as well as we could at that time, do our best we were capable of doing back then, you know. But we could never imagine that this record would be such a success for us as it turned out eventually.

Even now, today, after all these years in prison, it’s like a shock for me to see how many people know the songs in it so well and come to our shows and are totally about the band, you know. I simply nnemidial no idea at all, but I’m positive they sold quite a lot of albums worldwide, that’s for sure. How did you find the rest of the guys for the new Dissection line-up? Well, when we started to put the band back together, I had had a contact to Set for a while already.

Then I got a tape from Brice and Thomas, our drummer, he got in touch with us when he heard that Faust left the band. And it basically was as simple as that. We figured that everything suited very well, you know, it suited perfectly when it became evident that with this line-up everything was so perfect and smooth in our rehearsals, on the personal level and even on the philosophical level where we see Dissection ourselves as a Satanic band.

So these three elements were the most important to us and grater just clicked, you know, they worked out right from the start with this line-up. And that was what I was looking for, you know, people who had these ambitions there already, you know.

That was not a very easy thing to find in the beginning. We got lots of video tapes and we received lots of mails, but I gotta tell you that finding crater right members for this band was actually very hard. But eventually when we came to the point to try these other members out in feater new Dissection line-up, it really clicked right from the start. It was an immediate thing, you could actually feel it. We just wanted to have time for rehearsing together and all that, but we felt, well, this is just so perfect line-up for the band, you know.

You have Thomas on drums who has played drums for Dark Funeral earlier; then you have Seth on guitar ex-Aborym and Brice on bass ex-Nightrage. How would you say the chemistry between each of you in this current line-up differs from the past Dissection line-up? And because of this, the feeling and the atmosphere in the band is a lot better and I think we have even common goals about the satanic concept we have in the band.

And that’s is the most important thing as we are a satanic band.

But it’s still very natural for us to have this image because this is one of the things that we have been looking for right from the beginning, to have as solid line-up ideology-wise as possible, too.

Do you guys still live in your own home countries?

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Ok, that’s why I needed to ask this because I was simply just wondering how on earth you guys would able to have band practices if you still lived in your home countries, quite far away from Sweden. But that definitely clarifies this situation quite much I’ve been living frtaer Sweden for 2 years and half now.

Alright, I didn’t know that at all Set moved up directly to Sweden when he became officially a new member of Dissection, so This is also one of those things as we wanted to be an active band. We don’t want to do a tour and then, you know, something else and then just look around what will happen. We want to be an active band and work together full time. And to be able to do that we have to be in the same spot. It’ll be coming out soon, but it’s not out yet. Right now it’s still in the factory under a pressing process.


I think it probably should fratfr out 9th of November. It will hit the stores a little bit after that date. During this month November anyway How many songs will it have?

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Two songs; the title track ‘Maha Kali’ and a new recording of ‘Unhallowed’ to reconnect the old material with the new line-up. Our new stuff is heavier and more straight-forward type of stuff, I think. But unmistakably Dissection all the way. We always try to take it a next step forward and create something new. Was one of your main targets musically to try to maintain at least partly the same old Dissection vibe that you used to have in the past so that people could hear right away that’s it still sounds like Dissection?

I think that’s what comes naturally from us anyway because it turns out like that. We always wrote music in a special way that like He-he, so it’s as simple as that actually? Yeah, it’s like that. It has always been like that for us. How much do you think you’re able to stretch your sound in order to still be recognized as Dissection? I think it’s hard to say what are those particular elements that make us sound like Dissection, you know. It’s not one or two specific thing -s because if you found that formula, what would it be, what would you say it was, you know.

It’s about the feeling; it’s really about the feeling and if you listened to our previous recordings, you could notice there’s a lot of different variation and different moods in our music from very brutal and fast parts to very calm and clean parts, you know.

So I’m just wondering what is that single element or those single elements that make us sound like Dissection because we play a wide variety of different ways within our style. So it’s something that has to do with this special feeling in the end, however. You just feel it if it’s there or not.

So far we have felt that the new stuff, you know, very much Dissection and to us it feels like we are creating like the ultimate Dissection album right now. We’ll not copy the old style that much we had on our previous albums because that’s not too interesting to us any longer. Our music would be dead if we tried to make it just an exact copy of our past albums, you know.

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So we always try to be as dynamic band as possible, step forward and create something new, but with the hands that create the music, the basic sound of Dissection, will always be there. What’s your own view about this? Is there any particular musical genre where you fit better than to some other known genre of today? I have a simple answer to your difficult question: We belong to ‘anti-cosmic Metal of death’ genre, he! Well, it’s the Metal of death, you know.

It’s all about death; the key to liberation. And it’s the anti-cosmic Metal of death because our music is, you know, in harmony with the forces that are surrounding this cosmic universe, the destructive and dissolving powers.

And it’s Satanic Metal; anti-cosmic Satanic Metal of death.