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Album Review

When the likes of Cannibal Corpse and Obituary came about and pleased every butt-rocking wannabe Satanist out there, a term such as intellectual death metal was only thought of as an oxymoron. That was before Meshuggah came about and outsmarted all these suburban burnouts. Sure Chaosphere flaunts the flaming guitar solo every now and then, and don't forget their tendency of trying to come across as all dark and evil. But what Meshuggah have over all the carbon copy death metal acts out there is that they focus primarily on knowing how to play their instruments and segue tempo changes, rather than trying to outspeed and outgrowl everybody. Seriously, each song will have one guessing which direction the band is going to take next. Who would have thought that there would be a band that could re-spark a genre that was long thought overdone after the second Napalm Death record? [This edition contains one bonus track.]

Customer Reviews

Great Transitional album with greater things to come

Great album by a cutting-edge, mind-blowing band who have basically invented their own genre. This Reloaded version contains the True Human Design E.P. appended to the end which consists of Future Breed Machine remixes and, in my opinion, are terrible remixes and not worth the extra money, but the overall cost of this reloaded version is not too much, so why not?
As good as this album is, evolving the sound of Destroy, Erase, Improve, I still prefer later stuff like the re-recorded (guitars) version of Nothing (blue cover), Catch-33 and, of course, their masterpiece, Obzen.

Unnecessary

We have Chaosphere and we have The true human design EP. We odn't need a fusion of both. Wat we DO need it the song UnAnything, which was a bonus track on the japanese version, but we want it in AMERICA!

BRUTAL

click yes if you agree that this is the brutalest Meshuggah album.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Umeå, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Offering a complex form of metal that combined the sweeping adventurism of math rock, the oddball tempos of experimental jazz, and the stunning brutality of thrash metal, Meshuggah raised the bar for metal bands everywhere upon their debut. The roots of Swedish metal band Meshuggah were planted in 1985; originally named Metallien, the founding lineup included frontman Roger Olofsson, guitarists Peder Gustafsson and Fredrik Thordendal, bassist Janne Wiklund, and drummer Örjan Lundmark. After a few...
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