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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: About a 9 in both their early and late eras.


* EldritchAbomination: The entity praised in “Soulreaper” sounds like one.


* DragonsAreDemonic[=/=]DragonsAreDivine: The dark gods invoked in ''Reinkaos'' are frequently described as "dragons".
* EldritchAbomination: The entity praised in “Soulreaper” sounds like one. And the lyrics to ''Reinkaos'' definitely give this vibe to Jon’s gods.

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* DragonsAreDemonic[=/=]DragonsAreDivine: DraconicAbomination: The dark gods invoked in ''Reinkaos'' are frequently of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order, as described in ''Reinkaos'', are given draconic attributes, are often explicitly referred to as "dragons".
"dragons", and according to their teachings, have the power to distort cosmic law and eventually completely undo creation.
* EldritchAbomination: The entity praised in “Soulreaper” sounds like one. And the lyrics to ''Reinkaos'' definitely give this vibe to Jon’s gods.



* RockMeAsmodeus: ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane'' have this as a theme, but not as prominently as ''Reinkaos,'' which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.
* ShoutOut: A meta example. In the final letter he sent to his girlfriend, Jon said that he was "going to Transylvania". This is an obvious reference to [[Music/{{Mayhem}} Dead]], who was wearing a shirt that said "I Love Transylvania" when he killed himself.

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* RockMeAsmodeus: ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane'' have this as a theme, but not as prominently as ''Reinkaos,'' ''Reinkaos'', which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.
MLO.
* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
** "Soulreaper" juxtaposes a couple of quotes from Robert Southey's poem, "Thalaba the Destroyer".
--> The wind swept through the moonless sky\\
The reflection of a sulfur fire.
**
A meta example. In the final letter he sent to his girlfriend, Jon said that he was "going to Transylvania". This is an obvious reference to [[Music/{{Mayhem}} Dead]], who was wearing a shirt that said "I Love Transylvania" when he killed himself.

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* ShoutOut: A meta example. In the final letter he sent to his girlfriend, Jon said that he was "going to Transylvania". This is an obvious reference to [[Music/{{Mayhem}} Dead]], who was wearing a shirt that said "I Love Transylvania" when he killed himself.


* BadassBoast: In “Retribution — Storm of the Light’s Bane”, there’s this:
--> “I have come to challenge your ways”
** In “Xeper-I-Set”:

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* BadassBoast: In “Retribution "Retribution — Storm of the Light’s Bane”, Bane", there’s this:
--> “I "I have come to challenge your ways”
ways"
** In “Xeper-I-Set”:"Xeper-I-Set":



* BlackMetal: One of the first Melodic Black Metal bands. Their earlier material, i.e. ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane,'' are iconic albums of this genre.
** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing ''Reinkaos.''

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* BlackMetal: One of the first Melodic Black Metal bands. Their earlier material, i.e. ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane,'' are iconic albums of this genre.
** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming
genre. ''Reinkaos'' is MelodicDeathMetal.
* CardCarryingVillain: Oddly subverted. While the lyrics on ''Reinkaos'' give praise to explicitly "dark"
and releasing ''Reinkaos.''"wicked" gods, Jon came across as more of a KnightTemplar who believed that the gods of his tradition are the ultimate good, as the opposing force against the tyrannical false god of creation.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: While Jon would give praise to sinister, primordial gods, and was once an accomplice to murder, he absolutely drew the line at Nazism, due to seeing it as "herd mentality for feeble-minded humans to, without logical reason, make themselves feel superior to each other in all their confusion, without having to accomplish anything at all but just being the mentally passive, easily-guided apathetic flocks of cattle that they are".



* LonelyPianoPiece: The closer of ''Storm of the Light's Bane'', "No Dreams Breed in Breathless Sleep".



* RockMeAsmodeus: ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane'' have this as a theme, but not as prominently as ''Reinkaos,'' which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.

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* RockMeAsmodeus: ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane'' have this as a theme, but not as prominently as ''Reinkaos,'' which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.Order.
* {{Ubermensch}}: Interviews with Jon suggest that this figured heavily in his philosophy.


--> “I am the cruel one\
Isfet lives in me\
I am the power and total victory\
I’m the murderer who refuses to submit\
I am the opponent\

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--> “I am the cruel one\
one\\
Isfet lives in me\
me\\
I am the power and total victory\
victory\\
I’m the murderer who refuses to submit\
submit\\
I am the opponent\opponent\\



** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing Reinkaos.
* EldritchAbomination: The entity praised in “Soulreaper” sounds like one. And the lyrics to Reinkaos definitely give this vibe to Jon’s gods.

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** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing Reinkaos.
''Reinkaos.''
* DragonsAreDemonic[=/=]DragonsAreDivine: The dark gods invoked in ''Reinkaos'' are frequently described as "dragons".
* EldritchAbomination: The entity praised in “Soulreaper” sounds like one. And the lyrics to Reinkaos ''Reinkaos'' definitely give this vibe to Jon’s gods.



* GodIsEvil: Naturally, since he's portrayed as the [[UsefulNotes/{{Gnosticism}} Demiurge]].
* KnightTemplar: "We wash your lotus feet with blood/The lifeforce of our enemy/We slay all that would defy you/And with grim death seal their destiny"
* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: About a 9 in both their early and late eras.



* NumberOfTheBeast: Mentioned in the song, “Internal Fire”. Also, Jon had a 666 tattoo on his neck

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* NumberOfTheBeast: Mentioned in the song, “Internal Fire”. Also, Jon had a 666 tattoo on his neckneck.


* BlackMetal: One of the first examples. Their earlier material, i.e. ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane,'' are iconic albums of this genre.

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* BlackMetal: One of the first examples.Melodic Black Metal bands. Their earlier material, i.e. ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane,'' are iconic albums of this genre.


''The Somberlain (1993)''
''Storm of the Light's Bane (1995)''
''Reinkaos (2006)''

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*
''The Somberlain (1993)''
* ''Storm of the Light's Bane (1995)''
* ''Reinkaos (2006)''


Sometime around the release of ''Storm,'' Nödtveidt joined the newly-formed Misanthropic Luciferian Order, a sect within the Temple of the Black Light. In 1997, Nödtveidt was charged as an accessory to murder and was sent to prison, and Dissection split. He was released in 2004, and reformed the band with an all-Satanist lineup, and they released their third and final album, Reinkaos.

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Sometime around the release of ''Storm,'' Nödtveidt joined the newly-formed Misanthropic Luciferian Order, a sect within the Temple of the Black Light. In 1997, Nödtveidt was charged as an accessory to murder and was sent to prison, and Dissection split. He was released in 2004, and reformed the band with an all-Satanist lineup, and they released their third and final album, Reinkaos.
Reinkaos in 2006.


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'''Studio discography:'''
''The Somberlain (1993)''
''Storm of the Light's Bane (1995)''
''Reinkaos (2006)''


One of Sweden’s most iconic and influential BlackMetal bands, Dissection were first formed in 1989 in Stromsäd by Jon Nödtveidt and Peter Palmdahl. They released their first album, The Somberlain, in 1993, which was followed in 1995 by the critically-acclaimed Storm of the Light’s Bane.

Somewhere around the release of Storm, Nödtveidt joined the newly-formed Misanthropic Luciferian Order, a sect within the Temple of the Black Light. In 1997, Nödtveidt was charged as an accessory to murder and was sent to prison, and Dissection split. He was released in 2004, and reformed the band with an all-Satanist lineup, and they released their third and final album, Reinkaos.

In 2007, Nödtveidt eventually dissolved the band once and for all. Believing that having reached the peak of his life, Nödtveidt shot himself in a ring of eleven candles whilst holding a copy of the MLO’s book, Liber Azerate.

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One of Sweden’s most iconic and influential BlackMetal bands, Dissection were first formed in 1989 in Stromsäd by Jon Nödtveidt and Peter Palmdahl. They released their first album, The Somberlain, ''The Somberlain,'' in 1993, which was followed in 1995 by the critically-acclaimed Storm ''Storm of the Light’s Bane.

Somewhere
Bane.''

Sometime
around the release of Storm, ''Storm,'' Nödtveidt joined the newly-formed Misanthropic Luciferian Order, a sect within the Temple of the Black Light. In 1997, Nödtveidt was charged as an accessory to murder and was sent to prison, and Dissection split. He was released in 2004, and reformed the band with an all-Satanist lineup, and they released their third and final album, Reinkaos.

In 2007, Nödtveidt eventually dissolved the band once and for all. Believing that having reached the peak of his life, Nödtveidt shot himself in a ring of eleven candles whilst holding a copy of the MLO’s book, Liber Azerate.
''Liber Azerate.''

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Averted. Jon committed suicide once he felt that he’d completed his life’s work and disbanding Dissection.



* BlackMetal: One of the first examples. Their earlier material, i.e. ''The Somberlain'' and ''Storm of the Light’s Bane,'' are iconic albums of this genre.
** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing Reinkaos.



* MelodicBlackMetal: One of the first examples. Their earlier material, i.e. The Somberlain and Storm of the Light’s Bane, are iconic albums of this genre.
** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing Reinkaos.
* NewSoundAlbum: Reinkaos. It replaces the bleak MelodicBlackMetal sound of the first two albums with a more upbeat MelodicDeathMetal sound.

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* MelodicBlackMetal: One of the first examples. Their earlier material, i.e. The Somberlain and Storm of the Light’s Bane, are iconic albums of this genre.
** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing Reinkaos.
* NewSoundAlbum: Reinkaos. It replaces the bleak MelodicBlackMetal Melodic Black Metal sound of the first two albums with a more upbeat MelodicDeathMetal sound.



* RockMeAsmodeus: The Somberlain and Storm of the Light’s Bane have this as a theme, but not as prominently as Reinkaos, which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.

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* RockMeAsmodeus: The Somberlain ''The Somberlain'' and Storm ''Storm of the Light’s Bane Bane'' have this as a theme, but not as prominently as Reinkaos, ''Reinkaos,'' which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.

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[[caption-width-right:350:The band circa 2004-07]]

One of Sweden’s most iconic and influential BlackMetal bands, Dissection were first formed in 1989 in Stromsäd by Jon Nödtveidt and Peter Palmdahl. They released their first album, The Somberlain, in 1993, which was followed in 1995 by the critically-acclaimed Storm of the Light’s Bane.

Somewhere around the release of Storm, Nödtveidt joined the newly-formed Misanthropic Luciferian Order, a sect within the Temple of the Black Light. In 1997, Nödtveidt was charged as an accessory to murder and was sent to prison, and Dissection split. He was released in 2004, and reformed the band with an all-Satanist lineup, and they released their third and final album, Reinkaos.

In 2007, Nödtveidt eventually dissolved the band once and for all. Believing that having reached the peak of his life, Nödtveidt shot himself in a ring of eleven candles whilst holding a copy of the MLO’s book, Liber Azerate.

!!Tropes applicable to Dissection include:

* AuthorExistenceFailure: Averted. Jon committed suicide once he felt that he’d completed his life’s work and disbanding Dissection.
* BadassBoast: In “Retribution — Storm of the Light’s Bane”, there’s this:
--> “I have come to challenge your ways”
** In “Xeper-I-Set”:
--> “I am the cruel one\
Isfet lives in me\
I am the power and total victory\
I’m the murderer who refuses to submit\
I am the opponent\
And the sworn enemy
* EldritchAbomination: The entity praised in “Soulreaper” sounds like one. And the lyrics to Reinkaos definitely give this vibe to Jon’s gods.
* EvilSoundsRaspy: As is usual for a Black Metal band.
* MelodicBlackMetal: One of the first examples. Their earlier material, i.e. The Somberlain and Storm of the Light’s Bane, are iconic albums of this genre.
** MelodicDeathMetal: Upon reforming and releasing Reinkaos.
* NewSoundAlbum: Reinkaos. It replaces the bleak MelodicBlackMetal sound of the first two albums with a more upbeat MelodicDeathMetal sound.
* NumberOfTheBeast: Mentioned in the song, “Internal Fire”. Also, Jon had a 666 tattoo on his neck
* RockMeAsmodeus: The Somberlain and Storm of the Light’s Bane have this as a theme, but not as prominently as Reinkaos, which is based on the teachings of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order.

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