Swedish extreme tech-metal pioneers MESHUGGAH are proud to announce the release of a very special vinyl reissue collection celebrating the bands legacy. The collection offers a limited one-time only pressing that includes re-imagined cover artwork, redesigned gatefold jackets, and audio mastered for vinyl. The first five albums will be released via Nuclear Blast on November 30th. Watch the trailer about the upcoming MESHUGGAH reissues here: https://youtu.be/X6G9AbatAmg The first five reissues being released on November 30th are as follows: "Meshuggah EP" (1989) - LP (black) in gatefold (Limited Edition, EP) - LP (gold) in gatefold (Mailorder + wholesale) - LP (clear+black marble) in gatefold (Mailorder exclusive) "Contradictions Collapse" (1991) - 2LP (black) in gatefold (Limited Edition) - 2LP (grey) in gatefold (Mailorder + wholesale) - 2LP (clear+black/white splatter) in gatefold (Mailorder exclusive) "None EP" (1994) - LP (black) in gatefold (Limited Edition, EP) - LP (clear) in gatefold (Mailorder + wholesale) - LP (red/black marble) in gatefold (Mailorder exclusive) "Destroy Erase Improve" (1995) - 2LP (black) in gatefold (Limited Edition) - 2LP (clear) in gatefold (Mailorder + wholesale) - 2LP (white+black marble) in gatefold (Mailorder exclusive) "Chaosphere" (1998) - 2LP (black) in gatefold (Limited Edition) - 2LP (transparent red) in gatefold (Mailorder + wholesale) - 2LP (orange+black marble) in gatefold (Mailorder exclusive) The re-designed album artwork was completed by Keerych Luminokaya who created the artwork for the band's 2012 release of KOLOSS. For the remastering of the albums, the band returned to Thomas Eberger of Stockholm Mastering who worked with the band on "The Violent Sleep of Reason" which secured the band their first GRAMMY nomination for “Best Metal Performance". Available For Pre-Order Here: nuclearblast.com/meshuggah-reissues While the term “genre-defining” gets tossed around quite frequently these days in the music industry, and most especially the heavy metal industry, it is truly the only proper term to align with the head expanding sounds created by MESHUGGAH. The band began its formation in Umeå, Sweden in 1987. With over 25 years and 8 full length albums as masters in this realm, the band have been on an endless journey to outwardly reveal their uncommon sonic stamp. This greatly pertains to the musical precision required in order to create songs with such unique time signatures. In 1989 the band‘s vestal voyage began with their self titled release that was limited to only 1,000 copies and completely sold out. In 1991 with the release of their first full length album "Contradictions Collapse" the band welcomed their new drummer, and the man that would eventually be dubbed “the best drummer alive;” the incredible Tomas Haake. Their 1995 album "Destroy, Erase, Improve", and the release of "Chaosphere" in 1998 gained massive attention and really pushed the band into the popular heavy metal touring circuit. Things progressed more and more until the release of their 2002 album which would go on to sell over 110,000 copies in the United States. As the years and albums progressed a term describing the band‘s progressive music style; “djent” emerged to solidify their genre defining nature. In 2005 they released "Catch Thirtythree" which perplexed and delighted many fans and critics as a 47 minute-long “uni-song” that genuinely required patience and attention to detail. A few years later in 2008, "obZen" made it‘s way into the world alongside a stunning music video for the single 'Bleed'. "obZen" sold over 82,000 copies in the US, alone. In 2012 the 10-track record "Koloss" was revele