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Release date: 25 July 1995
Style: Technical thrash metal, Math metal, Progressive metal

Rating:

8.5 | 367 votes

Owners:

488 have it
40 want it


01. Future Breed Machine
02. Beneath
03. Soul Burn
04. Transfixion
05. Vanished
06. Acrid Placidity
07. Inside What's Within Behind
08. Terminal Illusions
09. Suffer In Truth
10. Sublevels

Reloaded bonus tracks:
11. Vanished [demo]
12. Suffer In Truth [demo]
13. Inside What's Within Behind [demo]
14. Gods Of Rapture [live]
15. Aztec Two-Step

Lyrics (9)

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Theberzerker - 04.01.2011 at 12:13  
  God like album
Daydream Nation - 31.05.2011 at 18:52  
  One of the most revolutionary metal albums of all time.
infernaldeath87 - 01.08.2011 at 01:31  
Rating: 10 I'm about to check this out!
Boxcar Willy - 29.08.2011 at 19:36  
Rating: 9 Insanity!!!
musicalkaratekid - 30.09.2011 at 18:55  
  At first i wasn't too fond of this album,but its definitely a grower. There are still thrash influences evident around the album, but ccrazy swedes had delivered something phenomenal in this. Maaaaad.
Timmeh - 08.10.2012 at 16:49  
  At first I thought this was pretty shit, then I became a drummer. Oh my god how wrong I was.
Illog1cal - 30.10.2012 at 03:50  
  This one is a little overrated. It was fresh and it was something a little different however a lot of the songs on the album are uninteresting, most of them copy the template of 'Future Breed Machine' but with different riffs. What is interesting on this album are the interludes with atmospheric outer-worldly sounds like the intro of 'Beneath' and the entirety of 'Acrid Placidity' as well as 'Sub Levels', also the solo on 'Future Breed Machine' is very special indeed, Thordendal conjures up the Breed Machine itself.
Mountain King - 02.12.2012 at 22:06  
  I only heard "Future Breed Machine". I think it sounds like shit. Definitely not what I would listen to...
Lit. - 03.12.2012 at 05:17  
 
Written by Mountain King on 02.12.2012 at 22:06

I only heard "Future Breed Machine". I think it sounds like shit. Definitely not what I would listen to...

Thank god I'm not you then, because I think this album is bitchin' sweet.
Jaeryd - 15.03.2013 at 14:26  
Rating: 8 I still can't believe that this album was released in 1995. For some reason, I can shake the feeling that it seems way ahead of its time.
mz - 23.12.2013 at 12:43  
Rating: 9 I listened to this album 2 years ago and did not like it at all, mainly because of those vocals. Thanks God I got used to this sort of vocals (and music it self). There is still one thing about thus album which I think is shitty: the cover is really bad, not unlike the rest of their cover photos. Probably one of the worst bands when it comes to album covers after manowar
deadone - 24.12.2013 at 13:35  
Rating: 8 It's the only Meshuggah album I like. Everything after was complete wanky crap with no real songs and mindless repetition.

But Destroy, Erase, Improve was quite enjoyable.
LeKiwi - 20.04.2015 at 03:57  
Rating: 10 Monstrous record and Meshuggah's best.
Diverge - 20.04.2015 at 10:06  
Rating: 10
Written by LeKiwi on 20.04.2015 at 03:57

Monstrous record and Meshuggah's best.

It's a great album, I agree. I wonder what you think of the I EP then. To me, that's Meshuggah's defining moment.
LeKiwi - 20.04.2015 at 21:31  
Rating: 10
Written by Diverge on 20.04.2015 at 10:06

It's a great album, I agree. I wonder what you think of the I EP then. To me, that's Meshuggah's defining moment.

I love that album as well, but it doesn't match this album IMO. The guitar tone and the synchronised vocal syncopation on this album is just sublime. Also, I feel as if this album is more...visceral and varied. The I EP is still great tho!

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