Meshuggah – Koloss – Music Stream

April 15, 2012

A shiny, evil-intentioned robo-threat with a zillion individual parts moving in perfect harmony while steam expels rhythmically from certain orifices.

Meshuggah – Koloss – Review

April 13, 2012

A shiny, evil-intentioned robo-threat with a zillion individual parts moving in perfect harmony while steam expels rhythmically from certain orifices.

Meshuggah – Obzen – Review

January 1, 2008

Great musicians with riffs like Pantera gone haywire, but they’re often so prog, you can’t headbang without second-guessing their next slippery transition.

Meshuggah – I – Review

December 27, 2004

A nonstop rollercoaster of accelerated awkward tempos, tempered by stylish dynamics to create a flowing, well-paced epic. You never see it coming.

Meshuggah – Nothing – Review

January 3, 2003

How Swede it is. Nothing is the long-awaited follow-up to ’98’s Chaosphere, and the patented stun gun approach is intact and back-cracking.

Meshuggah – Rare Trax – Review

February 22, 2002

Demo versions of decade-old material, a couple “screw around” tracks, a remix of Chaosphere’s “Concatenation,” and the new, unreleased speedfest, “War.”

UHF/VHF – Review

November 1, 1995

Disc one has 16 noise/ambient/experimental tracks, disc two has 21 of the most insanely heavy songs you’ll ever hear. Many are teasers to new records.