The Swedish djent prog metallers Meshuggah, known for their extreme metal music, have released a remastered version of the title track from their sixth studio album, “ObZen.” The band has announced that this new version of the track will be featured on the upcoming 15th-anniversary edition of the album, set to be released on March 31st.
Meshuggah worked with Thomas Eberger and Sofia von Hage to master this new version of the album at Stockholm Mastering.
On March 31st, a special edition of this remarkable work will be released, which includes a high-definition audio version available on all streaming platforms.
In addition, the new release will feature an enhanced digipak with a twenty-page booklet, as well as a 180-gram gatefold double vinyl available in multiple marbled and splatter color variants. It is worth noting that each variant will be limited worldwide to less than 1500 copies. This special edition promises to be a beautiful and unique addition to any music collection.
MESHUGGAH, which was established in Umeå, Sweden in 1987, has evolved into one of the most technically skilled and virtuosic bands in the metal music scene.
They have created their own distinct brand of progressive, groove-infused extreme metal, which has given rise to an entirely new subgenre. As a result, they have been recognized as “one of the ten most important hard and heavy bands” by Rolling Stone. The band has earned the admiration and respect of fans and musicians alike due to their unique sound and unparalleled musicianship.
MESHUGGAH’s impact on the metal music scene has been significant, and their influence is evident in the work of many contemporary metal bands.