Insision is a death metal band from Stockholm, Sweden. They are currently signed to Severed Records.
Insision is a Swedish brutal death metal band with a non-Swedish sound. Drawing inspirations from Cryptopsy, Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse and Deicide, the group is better associated with death metal from North America.
They have released three full-lengths, Beneath The Folds of Flesh (2002), Revealed and Worshipped (2004) and Ikon (2007). Beside those, they have released three demos titled "Meant to Suffer" (1997), "Promo 2000" (2000) and "Revelation of the SadoGod" (2001). They did a split with Inveracity called "Revelation of the SadoGod" in 2001. The Insision part is also the aforementioned "Revelation of the SadoGod" demo.
After dealing with a few line-up changes (Toob Brynedahl and Thomas Daun both left the band for personal reasons and Marcus Johannson has joined the band as drummer), Insision recorded a new album in November 2006. The new album will be named Ikon. Insision was dropped from its previous label Earache Records in April 2006 as the label was having financial difficulties.
In May, Insision found a second guitar player, Magnus. He however does not appear on IKON, the third full-length album of Insision.
After some distribution problems, IKON was released on September 26, 2007.
In December 2010, Insision signed with the US based "Sevared Records", after leaving Dental Records a few months prior. One EP is recorded and will be followed up by a full-length album.
Carl Birath - vocals,
Roger Tobias Johansson - Guitar,
Marcus Jonsson - drums,
Joel Andersson - Bass,
Tobias Alpadie - Session Guitar,
Magnus Martinsson Guitar (2007-2010),
Daniel Ekroth Bass (2000-2009),
Thomas Daun - drums Still on Revealed and Worshipped (1997-2004),
Toob Brynedahl - Guitar Still on Revealed and Worshipped (2001-2004),
Joonas Ahonen - Guitar (1997-2000),
Janne Hyytia - Bass (1999 only),
Johan Thornberg - vocals (1997-1999),
Daniel Sommerfeldt Bass (1997-1999),
Christian Eriksson - Live guitar on Scandinavian tours (2005)
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