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29 March 2014
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
got this on a whim to see if there was an improvement. personally, i think the original did not need tinkering with and after hearing this i still believe there was nothing wrong with the original... however, maybe "chaosphere" could have done with being re-recorded...just my personal opinion... anyway, i feel this re-recording has taken away from the drums, which has now lost clarity, cymbal crashes, hi-hat etc... the extra heaviness has muddied the album for me...extra heaviness at the cost of dynamics...i played both discs side by side and prefer the original recording.
10 November 2010
Format: Audio CD
Meshuggah's fourth full length offering pulls no punches. With guitars that could be chainsaws, "Stengah" opens things up with a characteristically odd-metered riff, but this time it's all a bit more jerky and groove-laden than previous albums. They also manage to weave some genuinely quite beautiful musical moments into their songs. Yes, you read that right: `beautiful'. Other than Meshuggah, who else in metal offers up the kind of textures more commonly heard by the likes of John Coltrane or Miles Davis? A case in point centres on lead guitarist, Fredrik Thordendal, whose solos, in my opinion, are the best they've ever been. "Closed Eye Visuals" and "Straws Pulled At Random" are lessons in touch feel and phrasing and border on sensational. I used to favour his quirky noises and speedy tapping, but now realise his most idiosyncratic soloing consists of that long, almost bowed notes, linked by fluid legato, all wrapped up in thick Holdsworth-esque tone. It's really more saxophone than guitar. I'm more likely to reserve 5 stars for things like Led Zeppelin's IV and Soundgarden's Superunknown but I really feel Nothing by Meshuggah deserves to be held in the same esteem, despite its initial inaccessibility.
16 March 2006
Format: Audio CD
meshuggah defy logic,their brilliance cannot be described,they are metal,metal of the fiercest kind,they play like demons,they twist and change and strangle the life out of a song,they dont run along with the notion of song formulas,they are claustrophobic,they are intense,they just go for your nervous system and leave you begging for more,the drumming is of the highest order,so good that 100 rhinos in a tin room couldnt create more noise,kiddmans vocals are strong and leave you in a state of panic and awe,the guitars go here ,there and ,errrr,ppretty much everywhere,the lyrics reveal what its like to be having a fit or seizure,and i imagine this is the soundtrack to that,they are so impossible to pinpoint,even after all this they are just so good ,so pure,so loyal to metal,they offer us no escape,they are meshuggah and they are kings,are you gonna bow at their feet,are you?
8 August 2002
Format: Audio CD
After a lengthy absence, Meshuggah return to provide an antidote to the frivolity, banality and mediocrity of nu-metal. 'Nothing' is stunning; excellent production, tight performances from all and a 'less is more' approach from a band noted for performing in odd-time signatures. This album grooves, a must for any fan of metal, either extreme or otherwise. From opening track 'Stengah' through to 'Obsidian' this is clearly work from a band not only technically proficient, but with enough knowledge to master the art of pleasing both music fans and musicians, without losing the ability to please themselves. Recommended track is 'Organic Shadows'. Along with Dillinger Escape Plan, Candiria and Tool, Meshuggah continue to push the envelope with an unending belief in the listeners intelligence.
10 October 2002
Format: Audio CD
Well, the Swedish jazz-metal meastro's are back, and what an album they have produced. Their sound has definately advanced since Chaosphere, replacing the all out assault of songs such as Sane with more considered chuggery somewhat similar to New Millenium Cyanide Christ. The music is still done in unusual time-signatures, but is more groove oriented. The 8-string guitars used have led to more single note riffs than chord heavy ones, and also make the album possibly one of the lowest tuned ever (even lower than Korn's Untouchables). However, don't come expecting sludge: this is far from it. Check out the calculated riffery of Nebulous or the re-introduction of melody in Obsidian: Nothing is the sound of progress in a world full of music that stays clear of the edges of the sonic envelope. At first it can be a little daunting, but take the time and you'll find a faultless and totally original album, the best of 2002 so far (and unlikely to be surpassed). This is a musical landmark that is not to be missed. Take the chance and be consumed by the best Sweden has to offer.
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