It’s crazy to think it’s already been 15 years since the highly technical Meshuggah released one of their greatest releases to date, ObZen. Man, time fucking flies. Yet that’s the reality of things and to commemorate time passage of time, the Swedish extreme metal giants are looking to make an amazing record even better with the impending remaster of the 2008 album.
Released in conjunction with Atomic Fire, this new version is remastered by Thomas Eberger and Sofia von Hage at Stockholm Mastering, resulting in hi-def audio fidelity that you can get in a number of formats, including an enhanced digipack that comes with a 20 page booklet, a 180-gram gatefold double vinyl (with several different variants available), and on all streaming platforms.
If all of this sounds awesome and you can’t wait to crank “Bleed” in an all new level of audio clarity, you’re still gonna have to hold your horses until it comes out on March 31. Still, you can harness that excitement and at least preorder your copy today so you can lock in whatever version you really want.
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