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Meshuggah Discography

Meshuggah Albums

Obzen Thumbnail Image
★★★★½

With an expanding following of metal, loud rock, and hardcore fans young and old, Hatebreed are positioned to destroy all loud music barriers. Hatebreed are proof [...]

Catch Thirty-Three Thumbnail Image
★★★★☆

Sweden’s metal mathematicians return with their highly anticipated new studio effort. The band refuses to rest on their laurels and pushes the boundaries of any and [...]

Chaosphere Thumbnail Image
★★★★★

Nuclear Blast continues our Meshuggah worship, this time with a reloaded reissue of their 1998 classic, Chaosphere! This album boasts some of their best known songs [...]

Destroy Erase Improve Thumbnail Image
★★★☆☆

This is Meshuggah’s 1995 breakthrough album featuring songs that define their unique sound and that are still highlights of their live shows. Also includes the Selfcaged [...]

I Thumbnail Image
★★★★½

Finnish metal gods, complete the epic Elements series with their latest masterpiece. Elements Part 2 is a must for fans of Rainbow, Blackmore, Iron Maiden, Dio, [...]

Contradictions Collapse/None Thumbnail Image
★★★★☆

Nuclear Blast continues our Meshuggah worship, this time with a reloaded reissue of their 1991 full-length debut album! This album is a brutal blueprint of the [...]

Destroy Erase Improve Thumbnail Image
★★★★½

Nuclear Blast continues our Meshuggah worship, this time with a reloaded reissue of their 1991 full-length debut album! This album is a brutal blueprint of the [...]

True Human Design Thumbnail Image
★★★★½

Includes CD extra tracks featuring videos for Terminal Illusions & Transfixion.

Nothing Thumbnail Image
★★★★☆

Limited 2008 edition of Iced Earth’s 1998 reissued and remastered album Something Wicked This Comes. Iced Earth consists of Matthew Barlow (vocals); Jon Schaffer (guitar, background [...]

Nothing Thumbnail Image
★★★★☆

Meshuggah’s amazing evolution from a quirky metal band into a full-blown hard rock juggernaut with release of their 2002 opus, Nothing. It’s been four long years [...]