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||Date: February 14, 2005 at 21:56|
|This is a fucking awesome album!!! This will not dissapoint anyone who is into extreme metal!!
||Date: May 17, 2005 at 15:33|
|meshuggah is and will always be the greatest math metal influenced trhash band ever they are so awesome that i couldnt even write enough to justify them fully here this is a cd worth listening to i also recommend Chaosphere their most famous cd
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 2, 2015 at 15:23|
|Truly, Meshuggah are a unique band, especially when this album was released. NOBODY sounded like this in 1995. Take the most complicated parts of Metallica's ...And Justice For All, add in the almost industrial tightness and precision of Fear Factory, splash it all with some Swedish death-metal gasoline, strike a match, and BOOM! This is a dizzying trip through odd time signatures, twisty guitar melodies, jackhammer rhythm guitar, and barked/bellowed vocals. Destroy, Erase, Improve is still hailed as the band's crowning achievement, and a groundbreaker in metal. If you need a taste, check out "Future Breed Machine" and "Soul Burn." If you don't like those songs, forget it. Otherwise, dive in. It's albums like this tha tmake me regret that I didn't have more exposure and access to extreme metal got derailed by the demise of the traditional outlets in the mid-'90's, because it took me a long time to redevelop that appreciation, by which time most of the mountains had long been climbed.
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