“I Am That Thirst” is the third single from “Immutable”, MeshuggahThe ninth studio manifesto, slated for worldwide release via Atomic Fire on April 1!
The Swedish pioneers of extreme tech-metal reinvent themselves once again on “I am this thirst», a new skull crusher where the group even pushes its own limits. It’s a song that keeps you guessing, makes you want to know more and makes you want to dive into the full universe of this record. You can listen to the song below:
Full of surprises and yet instantly recognizable as the work of metal’s most idiosyncratic force, “Immutable” redefines and redesigns the Meshuggah ringing in over an hour of the most empowering and absorbing music the band has ever made. Despite the challenges of the past two years, the progressive principles that have always cemented their artistic endeavors remain as steadfast as ever. As we head into a dystopian future, the band remain unique with Immutable, the sequel to their highly acclaimed, Grammy-nominated album, “The Violent Sleep Of Reason.” This band blows minds for a living, and Immutable is their most creative new studio album yet.
Meshuggah always operates at a higher level of metallic consciousness than anyone else. Since forming in 1987, the Swedish sound architects have evolved into one of the most complex and virtuosic bands of musicians the metal world has ever encountered. Their distinctly unique brand of progressive, groove-infused death metal inadvertently launched a whole new subgenre. As one of the most inventive and revered metal bands of the past three decades, Meshuggah has been the torchbearer of avant-garde heavy music creativity throughout his illustrious career. Over the course of eight studio albums, the widely revered progressive mavens have consistently redefined what it means to be heavy while displaying a fierce intelligence that belies the crushing weight of their riffs. From the revolutionary savagery of “Destroy Erase Improve” to the psychedelic tech-splorations of “CatchyThirtyThree” and the streamlined grotesqueness of “ObZen” and “Koloss”, the band have always been ahead of the game and clearly unrivaled.
MeshuggahImmutable’s next feature was recorded at Sweetspot Studios in Halmstad, Sweden, mixed by Rickard Bengtsson and Staffan Karlsson, and mastered by multi-Grammy award winner Vlado Meller (Metallica, Rage Against The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, System Of A Down). Visionary artist Luminokaya has once again created the stunning cover for the record.
Mavericks. Pioneers. Unique. Immutable.
List of “immutable” tracks:
- Broken sprocket
- The Abyssal Eye
- Turn on the shortening fuse
- Ligature marks
- God he sees in mirrors
- They move below
- black cathedral
- I am this thirst
- The faultless
- armies of ridicule