DEI is probaly the best cd by them. What i think is amazing is the bass player, i dont dont know how you can pull off a drop c while using a basss distorter, and get sound. everytime i try all i get is garbled static. By far the best technical metal, and next to amon amarth and the refused.... my favorite sweedish band.
>>By XXXGothXXX (Monday, 29 Sep 2003 17:00)
How about an analogy....
The woman of your dreams, with her legs spread yerning for your dick
Tickets to a Meshuggah concert.
....after seeing them live in May, fuck that whore, i would see meshuggah. This band has done things to music that even classical composers never thought of. They simplify and complicate at the same time, in a clean, flawless way with absoluetely no extrenious pieces. Meshuggah is what the world has been waiting for, and most of the world is too fucking ignorant and stupid to realize it. Thank you.
Jens, Fred, Tomas, Thank you. Don't ever stop.
>>By Haake101 (Tuesday, 4 Nov 2003 22:24)
Meshuggah is definitely the best band period..the most under rated for the last 10yrs..they have set a new standard that will not be surpassed by any other band for the next decade..they where playing stuff i could only imagine in my head..thanx to them i get a daily injection of creative juice that helps me write and produce intersting music..for some tidbits check out www.brutalmusic.com
>>By dre (Thursday, 29 Apr 2004 23:09)
Hello, my name is Chris Kontos. I play the drums and was in the first band to take Meshuggah on tour. I was in Machine Head in 92'to95' we took them on tour and they are one of the coolest bands in the world. Just the nicest guy you would want to meat! www.servantsrock.com is my new band and just wanted to say that to you all!
>>By bosco (Thursday, 29 Apr 2004 23:47)
I thought here won't be any Meshuggah-discussions!
I found one! wheeee...
>>By Catri (Thursday, 17 Feb 2005 11:33)
surely the second most acomplish metal band after Morbid angel(i know they has nothing to do with M.A.) but i am talking about maturity and personal influence...the gys live in another world and they have the notion of time of their own!
>>By the haunted (Monday, 23 Oct 2006 01:19)
I wonder how many drummers apart from Haake can play "I"
>>By Sk8a H8a (Monday, 23 Oct 2006 05:06)
meshuggah really re-define what s the meaning of music in actual context: "chaos in order, and order in chaos" , and i want to say that tomas haak is simply a great genius .
>>By noble_savage (Tuesday, 3 Jun 2008 22:42)
if you pay attention to all these clone metal bands, they've coined a new term. it's called 'djent'. basically kids these days are hearing these bands who were probably heavily influenced by meshuggah, and turning it into pop, a much much MUCH easier version of the slurred art. spread the word. pay tribute to the fathers of ...whatever you want to call it. meshuggah is a grandfather, and the world is passing them by like some 80s metal band. they are kings. bulb, one example of a meshuggah-child. cloudkicker, another very good one, that i've found anyway. instead of condensing the genius, they understand it and evolve as musicians. that's how progress works. not ripping off bands that nobody has heard of. paaaleeeeease. but yeah. any fan of meshuggah is a friend of mine.
>>By iamcalledname (Friday, 14 Oct 2011 14:19)
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