Friday, 23 September 2016

MESHUGGAH post Fifth Trailer For The Violent Sleep Of Reason


Swedish extreme tech-metal pioneers MESHUGGAH are in the homestretch of the release of their eighth album, The Violent Sleep Of Reason. Today, the fifth trailer where Tomas discusses recording at Puk Studioshas been released.

 Watch the video here: 

The second single "Nostrum" was released via a 360 lyric video and can be seen on the Nuclear Blast YouTube channel. Drum aficionados can check out an exclusive play through of the song via Modern Drummer.

Check out the album trailers below:
Trailer 1 - Discussing the title and cover artwork
Trailer 2 - Chatting about the lyrical inspiration for the album.
Trailer 3 - Tomas discussing his drumming inspiration
Trailer 4 - Tomas Haake's Swedish Supergroup

Tomas Haake comments about the album,
 "Basically, the whole idea of why we chose the title is it kinda connects with the lyrical content of the album. Which is to a fair degree about current events and what you see is going on as far as terrorism today, extremist views on ideals, and religious dogma and the violent implications that you get from being asleep so to speak and not acting/reacting to what is going on in the proper way"

The album was produced by the band and was engineered by Tue Madsen of Puk Studios in Kaerby,Denmark. For the cover, the band once again enlisted Keerych Luminokaya who created the artwork forKoloss and The Ophidian Trek as well as the new images for each of the 7 albums and 3 EP's featured in the 25 Years of Musical Deviance box set.

Track listing as follows:
1. Clockworks
2. Born in Dissonance
3. MonstroCity
4. By the Ton
5. Violent Sleep of Reason
6. Ivory Tower
7. Stifled
8. Nostrum
9. Our Rage Won’t Die
10. Into Decay

MESHUGGAH live 2017:
12.01. UK Bristol - o2 Academy
13.01. UK Birmingham - o2 Institute
14.01. UK Nottingham - Rock City
15.01. UK Glasgow - o2 ABC
17.01. UK Belfast - Limelight
18.01. IRL Dublin - Vicar Street
19.01. UK Manchester - o2 Ritz
20.01. UK London - o2 Forum
09.03. NZ Auckland - Powerstation
11.03. AUS Brisbane - Tivoli
12.03. AUS Sydney - Enmore Theatre
15.03. AUS Melbourne - 170 Russell
17.03. AUS Fremantle - Metropolis

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