'One of the ten most important hard and heavy bands', that's how the prestigious Rolling Stone Magazine describes Swedish sonic extremists Meshuggah. It is impossible to talk about experimental or avant-garde metal without mentioning this truly groundbreaking act: Meshuggah mix ultra-complicated rhythmic patterns with massive riffs and aggressive growls, combining Death Metal, Grindcore, Mathcore, Thrash and Progressive Metal to create their unique style. Trying to categorize Meshuggah? Think again Manic low-tuned riffs repeated in seemingly endless loops, desperate and aggressive growls and screams, and drum fills and patterns from another dimension - these are some of the traits of character of Catch Thirty-Three, Meshuggah's latest attack on the central nervous system. Avalon. 2005.
'One of the ten most important hard and heavy bands', that's how the prestigious Rolling Stone Magazine describes Swedish sonic extremists Meshuggah. It is impossible to talk about experimental or avant-garde metal without mentioning this truly groundbreaking act: Meshuggah mix ultra-complicated rhythmic patterns with massive riffs and aggressive growls, combining Death Metal, Grindcore, Mathcore, Thrash and Progressive Metal to create their unique style. Trying to categorize Meshuggah? Think again Manic low-tuned riffs repeated in seemingly endless loops, desperate and aggressive growls and screams, and drum fills and patterns from another dimension - these are some of the traits of character of Catch Thirty-Three, Meshuggah's latest attack on the central nervous system. Avalon. 2005.
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Catch 33 (Bonus Track) (Jpn)
Artist: Meshuggah
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DISC: 1

1. Autonomy Lost
2. Imprint of the Un-Saved
3. Disenchatment
4. Paradoxical Spiral
5. Re-Inanimate
6. Entrapment
7. Mind's Mirrors
8. In Death - Is Life
9. In Death - Is Death 1
10. Shed 1
11. Personae Non Gratae 1
12. Dehumanization 1
13. Sum

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'One of the ten most important hard and heavy bands', that's how the prestigious Rolling Stone Magazine describes Swedish sonic extremists Meshuggah. It is impossible to talk about experimental or avant-garde metal without mentioning this truly groundbreaking act: Meshuggah mix ultra-complicated rhythmic patterns with massive riffs and aggressive growls, combining Death Metal, Grindcore, Mathcore, Thrash and Progressive Metal to create their unique style. Trying to categorize Meshuggah? Think again Manic low-tuned riffs repeated in seemingly endless loops, desperate and aggressive growls and screams, and drum fills and patterns from another dimension - these are some of the traits of character of Catch Thirty-Three, Meshuggah's latest attack on the central nervous system. Avalon. 2005.