Tag: Meshuggah

Review: “Distorted Reality” by Neon Empire

Originally starting out life as a solo project of guitarist and clean-vocalist Hassan Ali, Neon Empire evolved into a four piece Electronic Metalcore band with the addition of unclean vocalist John Collard, bassist Tom Ambrose and the rarest of things in drummer Veronika Švecová. August 2019 saw the line up complete and the Dublin based

NEWS: Meshuggah awaken in 2021!

The continuing announcements of gigs at the tail end of 2021 is beginning to amuse us, especially with some of the stranger combinations that have appeared. The Godfathers of DJent Meshuggah will be upon our shores for a quartet of dates in December with of all people Zeal & Ardor in tow. Given the recent

Bootleg: Meshuggah in Tinley Park Illinois!

Perhaps the strangest of choices for Ozzfest in 2002 were the Godfathers of DJent Meshuggah  who arguably stood out like a sore thumb when taking the stage with the likes of Mushroomhead, Ill Nino and Glassjaw but perhaps the crazy carnival train was as much about the celebration of Metal in various forms. This full

Review: “Ailment” by Kneel

Seven years is a long time between records but life has a strange habit of getting in the way sometime and that’s no different for multi-instrumentalist and producer Pedro Mau (ex-Kneeldown, Wells Valley). His debut solo record “Interstice” appeared back in 2013 with the vocal and lyrical contributions of his Wells Valley colleague and Concealment

Bootleg: Meshuggah at Summer Breeze!

What does this freshly released pro-shot full set from the forefathers of DJent have in common with Lionheart? Both the upcoming Lionheart live album and this set from Meshuggah were captured at Summer Breeze Festival in Germany in 2019. The Swedish heavyweights are currently working on a new album, a highly anticipated follow up to

Review: “Event Horizon” by The Myopia Condition

“I created the Event Horizon to reach the stars, but she’s gone much, much farther than that. She tore a hole in our universe, a gateway to another dimension. A dimension of pure chaos. Pure… evil. When she crossed over, she was just a ship. But when she came back… she was alive! Look at

Live Review: Heart of a Coward (Live Steam)

Milton Keynes DJentlemen Heart of a Coward have been stalwarts of the UK Metal scene since 2009 and despite a trio of line up changes in that time, they’ve gone from strength to strength, proven statistically by the fact that “Hollow” from 2013’s “Deliverance” and “Collapse” from 2019’s “The Disconnect” top the bands individual streaming

Review: “Alphaville” by Imperial Triumphant

“Welcome to the age of a bright future and unprecedented optimism. A time when man’s dreams are realized in the biggest way. The most dangerous time ever known with the most existential responsibility ever bestowed. A NEW age of the atomic dream and ten thousand years forward of computerized biology looking to the past for