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Meshuggah - Immutable



7.9 | 170 votes |
Release date: 1 April 2022
Style: Technical thrash metal, Math metal, Progressive metal

Owners:

72 have it
18 want it


01. Broken Cog
02. The Abysmal Eye
03. Light The Shortening Fuse
04. Phantoms
05. Ligature Marks
06. God He Sees In Mirrors
07. They Move Below
08. Kaleidoscope
09. Black Cathedral
10. I Am That Thirst
11. The Faultless
12. Armies Of The Preposterous
13. Past Tense

Line-up
Jens Kidman - vocals
Fredrik Thordendal - guitars, synthesizers, backing vocals
Mårten Hagström - guitars, backing vocals
Tomas Haake - drums, spoken words
Dick Lövgren - bass

Staff review by
musclassia
Rating:
7.8
Vildhjarta ended 10 years of silence with last year’s Måsstaden Under Vatten; however, just after the apprentice has made a comeback, the master returns.

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published 31.03.2022 | Comments (2)

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15.01.2022 - 02:20
Rating: 9
Daddy Pig
Homeschooler
Just listened to the teaser on Youtube. Got my Meshuggah blinders on....don't care 'bout no other release this year.
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15.01.2022 - 06:42
Rating: 7
Mehrad

This hits soooo fucking hard.
Obzen vibes

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Ride a horse that's cleaving through the air and space of dreams.
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16.01.2022 - 19:03
Spiritual Anarch

Written by Mehrad on 15.01.2022 at 06:42

This hits soooo fucking hard.
Obzen vibes




Personally, I never cared much for ObZen

But I have high hopes, based on this teaser
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What is the difference between the man who fools you from the pulpit, and the other man who fools you from the platform?
Both of them seek to obtain power over you - To rule your mind, control your property interests or labor power.
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25.03.2022 - 23:00
Rating: 6
FYA
Destroyer
Couple of singles are out and generic as f...
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01.04.2022 - 03:14
Alphabob
Account deleted
Looks like it's about time for Thordendal to start writing songs with the boys again; this could have been an excellent release.
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01.04.2022 - 04:04
Rating: 10
Majohadica

Nice classic Meshuggah
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01.04.2022 - 12:35
Rating: 9
EtherealInfidel

Amazing album, really enjoyed it!
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01.04.2022 - 21:16
Rating: 7
Ansercanagicus
endangered bird
I loved all Meshuggah albums up to Koloss, but the two last ones sound incredibly boring to me. What is it that I can't get?
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2019 - 2020 - 2021
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02.04.2022 - 05:53
Rating: 10
CarlosBM

Their best since Obzen, the intro song is just incredible
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02.04.2022 - 05:53
Rating: 10
CarlosBM

Thomas haake is such a drum master
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04.04.2022 - 14:42
Rating: 7
nonZero

Written by Ansercanagicus on 01.04.2022 at 21:16

I loved all Meshuggah albums up to Koloss, but the two last ones sound incredibly boring to me. What is it that I can't get?

Same for me - they sound uninspired compared to their older albums.
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04.04.2022 - 15:35
Rating: 7
AndyMetalFreak
The Nice Guy
I have to say the sound too this album is an absolute beast! Although to me it's too much on the repetitive side, and a wee bit too lengthy. The drumming though is relentless throughout, and the riffs are really heavy, but a wee bit too repetitive, and although this is not really my preferred style, I have huge administration for how much has gone into it, and admittedly I have slightly warmed to the style.

I've never really been that into Meshuggah tbh, but after this album I think my original opinion about them may have somewhat changed. Might have to go through their discography again and see if I can warm to them a bit more.
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22.04.2022 - 00:50
Rating: 6
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Much too repetitive for my taste. There is a lot going on, but also nothing happening. Similar song structure and vocal work caused me to become bored by the fourth track.
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14:22 - Marcel Hubregtse
I do your mum
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