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Storm of the Light's Bane is the second full-length album by the Swedish black metal band Dissection. The album was released on November 17, 1995 by Nuclear Blast Records. This would be the band's last full-length album before Nödtveidt's 1997 incarceration for the felony murder of Josef ben Meddour. It would not be until 2006 that they would release their third and final album Reinkaos, which was followed by Jon Nödtveidt's suicide and the breakup of the band.
Dissection discography (all). lt; Storm of the Light's Bane Rough-Mix (1995). Where Dead Angels Lie, Bastard Saints (1996). Storm of the Light's Bane. According to a 1995 interview with Jon Nödtveidt, the title means "the end of light", or "the light's damnation", which is "the main concept of music and lyrics, and so it fits really well". Recording information: All music was composed and arranged during hours of darkness in 1993-95. Recorded at Hellspawn/Unisound Studios between the 17th and 30th of March 1995.
This is the 2002 Nuclear Blast digipack reissue including the EP Where Dead Angels Lie as bonus. Tracklist: 1 At the Fathomless Depths 2 Night's Blood 3 Unhallowed 4 Where Dead Angels Lie 5 Retribution - Storm of the Light's Bane 6 Thorns of Crimson Death 7 Soulreaper 8 No Dreams Breed in Breathless Sleep 9 Where Dead Angels Lie (Demo Version) 10 Elisabeth Bathory (Tormentor cover) 11 Anti Christ (Slayer cover) 12 Feathers Fell 13 Son of Mourning.
Released November 17, 1995. Storm of the Light's Bane Tracklist. 1. At the Fathomless Depths Lyrics. 2. Night's Blood Lyrics. 3. Unhallowed Lyrics. 4. Where Dead Angels Lie (Album Version) Lyrics.
On their final full-length album, Dissection further refines their brand of icy black/death metal with impressive and frightening results. The guitars, with their gloomy minor-key riffs and intentionally blurred tones, feel like a cold wind on the permafrost. The drums are speedy, intricate, and precise, while frontman Jon Nodtveidt's vocals - delivered in an evil, mid-range rasp - top off what amounts to just a nightmarishly dark sound . Sure, there is a little bit of melodrama here, but Dissection is most certainly on top of their game, and Storm of the Light's Bane is deservedly hailed as a landmark in the melodic black/death metal genre.