Meshuggah – Immutable
One of the legends of Swedish music and extreme metal is back with a new work.
Meshuggah with Immutable confirms themselves as constant brain-chopping and poly-rhythmic machine.
Mushaggah gave birth to a granite album, not detaching themselves from their canons. However, the interesting musical ideas come true especially in the second part of the LP, starting from the instrumental They Move Below, perhaps the most interesting track on the album.
The LP starts with the single Broken Cog, an extreme and experimental metal song, whispered, spoken, almost esoteric.
Inside, watching the coreBroken Cog
Of whatever, we had left of our lives
The multiplications divide
We drink to quench
The thirst to come
With the bones that we left
The trap was sprung
To continue with the other single released, The Abysmal Eye, where the poly rhythms and the mathematical paths stand out.
If ever there was a reasonThe Abysmal Eye
Maintain this greatest lie
That never did we look
Into the abysmal eye