MESHUGGAH announce remastered fifteenth anniversary edition of ‘ObZen’
Announce new tour dates
2023 marks fifteen years since the release of “ObZen”, the groundbreaking sixth studio album from long-running metal icons Meshuggah. The album contained the fan-favourite ‘Bleed’. In celebration of “ObZen’s” fifteenth anniversary, Atomic Fire will release an updated version of the album, remastered by Thomas Eberger and Sofia von Hage at Stockholm Mastering.
The re-release of this album comes in hi-def audio on all streaming platforms, as well as an enhanced digipak featuring a twenty-page booklet and 180-gram gatefold double vinyl in several marbled and splatter color variants (limited worldwide to under 1500 of each). The special edition will be released on March 31st.
Preorders can be places here: https://meshuggah.afr.link/obzen
Since forming in 1987 in Umeå, Sweden, Meshuggah has developed into one of the most technically complex and virtuosic groups of players the metal realm has ever encountered, their distinctly unique brand of progressive, groove‐infused extreme metal inadvertently launching an entirely new subgenre. Crowned “one of the ten most important hard and heavy bands” by Rolling Stone, the band has earned the respect and admiration from fans and musicians alike. Stay tuned for more Meshuggah news in the coming weeks.
MESHUGGAH “Immutable Tour 2023”
March 31 – Sparbanken Skåne Arena, Lund *^
April 1 – Conventum, Örebro *^
April 7 – Nolia-hallen, Umeå *^
April 8 – Annexet, Stockholm *^
April 20 – Sentrum Scene, Oslo * – SOLD OUT
April 21 – Linköping Konsert & Kongress, Linköping *^
April 22 – Partille Arena, Partille *^
* Special Guests: The Halo Effect
^ Support: Orbit Culture & Scar Symmetry
Jens Kidman | Vocals
Mårten Hagström | Guitars
Dick Lövgren | Bass
Fredrik Thordendal | Guitars
Tomas Haake | Drums