For most, the name Dennis Lyxzén is synonymous with hardcore punk, serving as the frontman of such trailblazing acts as Refused, The (International) Noise Conspiracy and AC4. However, since 1999 Lyxzén has also fronted (in one carnation or another) post-punk outfit INVSN. Pronounced "Invasion", the quintet take a far softer, more refined approach than the frenzied energy of their previous bands. Last month, INVSN released their debut English-spoken release, a self-titled full length through Razor & Tie/Shock Records. Killyourstereo.com chat with the prolific vocalist about the new album, his frustration with the current "musical and political climate", and Refused's reunion tour last year.