Sunday, May 10, 2009

Hate Crimes & Suicide (Dissection: The Past IS Alive)

A lead singer who spent time behind bars fer aiding & abetting the murder of homeless homosexual man. Later, said singer was found dead with a copy of "satanic bible" by his side. Welcome to the twisted world of Dissection!

Ok, am not gonna glorify hate crimes or suicide here. Fact is, Dissection was one the best death metal bands to have come out from Sweden & if the tittle tattle surrounding the band prompts ye to investigate further & download their output, so be it.

Am just doing me part by spreading the word of good sounds.

Below is an excerpt from wikipedia page on Dissection's philosophical beliefs:
The Temple of the Black Light believe in "Chaosophy". They believe that Chaos is the plane and/or power with infinite amounts of space and time, containing all dimensions, in contrast to cosmos, which only has three spatial dimensions and one linear time dimension. It is ever-changing.

Extreme militant nihilism is taught within the group, and they say the true satanist is not part of the modern society, as it is founded upon lies.

They believe in three forces, three dark veils - chaos, emptiness and darkness, which were expelled from Ain Sof in order to make way for the manifestation of The Black Light in The Outer Darkness that soon became Sitra Ahra. The three forces are the three steps back to a mysterious chaos.

These forces are above the Thaumitan, a two-headed god who allows the connection to the spiritual world. Members of the MLO seek to make that connection and channel the Black Light.


Those who want a dose of good old fashioned Swedish death metal, please click here to download Dissection's The Past Is Alive: .

Even if ye thinks all this satanist malarkey is a load of tosh, let me assures you the sound & the fury of the band is what ye'll need as ye trudge back to work Monday morning like a zombie with a ten ton tequilla-fuelled hangover.

As usual, me looks forward to reading yer comments on what ye thinks of this band & its recorded works.

ps: If ye uncomfortable with the perceived right-wing leanings of this group, fook it, yer downloading fer free & not contributing towards its coffers.


Azer Mantessa said...

ooo man it's demonic but i like the whole arrangement - the distorted rhythm with beat of drums is loud and nice.

then came the acoustic picking followed by solo guitar playing ... awesome.

anfield devotee said...

Cool to see a musician like yerself giving this the thumbs up, Azer.

Hope you can find the space on yer pc to download this.

Good stuff.