The Swedes Meshuggah have been quiet lately and are secretly preparing their celebrations for the 25 years since their first official release. Tomas Haake has updated today on what the band plans to do for their quarter of a century. The band will be doing a few select 25th anniversary festival dates and promises some official releases even though they are not disclosing what exactly those will be as of now. The follow-up to Koloss perhaps?
Australian metal fans now get their chance to celebrate the return of Lamb Of God because the band will be coming to Australia in September with Meshuggah along for the ride in support of their latest album Resolution. The tickets will be on sale on June 14th.
The new official video for the song "I Am Colossus", from Swedish masters of extreme technical metal Meshuggah, is now available for viewing below. The videoclip was produced by Owe Lingvall and directed and animated by Magnus Jonsson. The song for this video comes from the band's last full length album Koloss, released back in March, 2012 through Nuclear Blast Records.
Meshuggah has teamed up with the ever-so-awesome Scion A/V for the release of the two-track EP Pitch Black and the title track is now available for streaming online. Check it out on the video below. The new unreleased Meshuggah track along with the live track "Dancers To A Discordant System" (from the album ObZen) are now also available for free download right here.
Swedish extreme technical metallers Meshuggah have announced their 2013 headlining return to North America around February/March. If that isn't enough to make you dance a bit, the band will be accompanied by Animals As Leaders as direct support and Intronaut opening each evening.
Swedish technical metallers Meshuggah have premiered a brand new video for their track "Demiurge", taken from their latest opus Koloss. This is a live performance video filmed and directed by Anthony Dubois and you can enjoy it below. Koloss was released in March under Nuclear Blast Records.
Swedish metal masters Meshuggah will be taking their sonic arsenal and production to mainland Europe on The Ophidian Trek Tour, which launches November 22nd in Hamburg, Germany. Direct support for all 19 shows will come from label mates Decapitated. Opening each night will be C.B Murdoc from Sweden.
"Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion", a brand new video from Swedish technical thrash metallers Meshuggah has premiered and you can watch it below. It was directed by Owe Lingvall of Village Road Film. The song is taken from Meshuggah's new album Koloss, which was released on March 23rd in Europe and March 26th in North America via Nuclear Blast Records.
Koloss, the new album from Swedish technical thrash metallers Meshuggah is currently streaming in full at this location. The band announced it would only be available for 60 hours, so waste no time. Koloss was released on March 23rd in Europe and will hit stores on March 26th in North America through Nuclear Blast Records. More album details here.
Swedish technical thrash metallers Meshuggah have released a new lyric video for the song "Do Not Look Down". The song is taken from the band's forthcoming album Koloss, due out on March 23rd (Europe) and March 26th (North America) through Nuclear Blast Records. More album details were previously reported here.
"Do Not Look Down", another brand new song from Swedish metallers Meshuggah, is available for streaming exclusively at the Nuclear Blast USA Web Shop (Click on any pre-order bundle item to get to the player).
"Do Not Look Down" comes off the band's new album, Koloss, which will be released via Nuclear Blast Records on the following dates:
March 23: Germany
March 26: rest of Europe
March 27: North America
Swedish technical thrash metallers Meshuggah have announced a string of North American tour dates with special guests Decapitated and Baroness, starting on April 29th in Houston.
Meshuggah's drummer Tomas Haake stated: "We're really stoked to be coming back again! A new album and two really awesome bands to join us on our trek across the U.S. and Canada! There's one word that comes to mind: Sweet!"