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Meshuggah lyric video is lazy

Our writer Mark hates lyric videos. He hated Revoker‘s latest clip, and that actually features some footage and some kinetic text, so there has been some work involved.

I can’t wait to see his face when he sees Meshuggah‘s new video. I mean, it’s not even animated, it’s like a slideshow of lyrics. At this point, why not do the white-on-blue thing with Movie Maker and be done with it?



Meshuggah’s new song title is long

What you can hear and see above is Meshuggah‘s new lyric video for their recently leaked track Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion.

I have no idea if the track is supposed to indicate that their new album is a concept one dealing with the rise and fall of emo subculture, but hot dayum, that’s long. That’s what she said, herp.

Anywho, it’s fucking Meshuggah, you either love it or you kinda suck.


Meshuggah’s Koloss: details revealed


ThePRP just posted the tracklisting and the album cover for Meshuggah‘s new effort, Koloss, out March 27 (North America), thus confirming previous rumors about the new album name.

The tracklist is as follows:

01 – “I Am Colossus“
02 – “The Demon’s Name Is Surveillance“
03 – “Do Not Look Down“
04 – “Behind The Sun“
05 – “The Hurt That Finds You First“
06 – “Marrow“
07 – “Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion“
08 – “Swarm“
09 – “Demiurge“
10 – “The Last Vigil“

The album cover can be seen after the jump. Now, the big question: Will it djent?


Meshuggah are releasing a new album

Meshuggah, who are one of the biggest metal bands that currently hail from Sweden, have issued an update on their official website that they’re finally releasing their first new studio album in four years.

After a long time of deep soul searching and intense wrecking of the psyches, the new album is finally done. Soon you will meet this colossus that will pulverize your being. Welcome to the other side on March 27.

Visit website here.

When asked to comment about the direction Meshuggah took on their new material, Jens Kidman said  “our new record is going to sound exactly like the last one, and the last one before that, and the last one before that one and so on.”


Metalheadlines: Boring Tuesday edition

We’ve had a lot of news today, but make no mistake about it, it’s still been a shit day. So enjoy these boring headlines as there’s not much else to post right now.

Machine Head‘s Robb Flynn (pictured above) says he doesn’t time songs when he’s writing them with his band. They’re just going off the vibe. He also calls Metallica their masters.

Anthrax‘s Worship Music album has a track list, at least according to Amazon.com. Don’t forget, they also have an album cover and a release date.

Meshuggah should buy me a new keyboard, because their names are a fucking mess. Guitarist Mårten Hagström (what?) talked to some Romanian chick about their upcoming album. I didn’t really read the interview, and neither should you.

This Is Hell have entered the studio for a new album. According to their vocalist, ‘they can’t wait’ — Neither can I. I want the record out as soon as possible, because I want to stop wanting to avoid music sites in fear of having to listen to it.

Yngwie Malmsteen has such an ego, he makes Dave Mustaine look like Gandhi. Apparently he’s touring North America now, so you can check out the dates right here. Problem is, I don’t know if those are concert dates, or just McDonald’s restaurants Yngwie plans to eat at.

Phil Labonte of All That Remains is auctioning his shoes. Now, I don’t want to be mean, cause this is for charity, but who the hell would pay a few hundred bucks for used footwear? If you can answer that question, then go here and start bidding.

Rob Zombie says he doesn’t really think of music when he’s not working on it. I’m pretty sure he doesn’t think of music, ever, and he has 4 studio albums that stand behind that statement.

That’s it for now, join us next time for more boring fucking headlines.

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