Archive for the Meshuggah Category
MESHUGGAH “Contradictions Collapse” – BLACK 2-LP in Gatefold Cover. It is the debut album by Swedish heavy metal band Meshuggah. The album was released in May 1991, remastered 2018.
On Chaosphere, Meshuggah reached the peak of their post-thrash sound, before morphing once more into something utterly their own on 2002’s Nothing. Chaosphere is a monster, an unstoppable monstrosity of industrialized harshness and uncaring groove. Combining technicality and simplicity into songs that crystallize what the band were attempting to do on their previous album, Chaosphere was the […]
In 1994 came the five-track None. On this EP Meshuggah took their thrash metal influences, mixed them with some of the modern groove metal influences of the time, and firmly forged ahead with mind-melting polyrhythms and buzzing groove. You can hear the roots of what would later be termed djent on […]
Destroy Erase Improve was unleashed on an unsuspecting world in 1995 and was more of a success than probably anyone was expecting. Merging together progressive and technical thrash/groove metal in a myriad of creative and innovative ways, this was a collection of songs that pounded you down with inhuman, mechanical precision […]
One of the most prolific bands on Nuclear Blast, most of Meshuggah’s catalog has not been available on vinyl in years. These limited edition colors, with newly designed gatefold jackets, are limited to 700 each worldwide -The audio to all of these vinyl reissues was remastered for vinyl so that […]
2016 release, the eighth full length album from the Swedish extreme metal band. Since the release of 1991’s Contradictions Collapse, Meshuggah have been making a name for themselves in the extreme metal genre. Today the band is seen as a vanguard when it comes to complex and technically minded metal […]