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Meshuggah Astonish With ‘The Violent Sleep of Reason’ (Review)

Next year, Swedish tech metal band Meshuggah celebrate their 30th anniversary. Few bands can lay such a claim. Hell, most give up before reaching a tenth of that. So I feel that some respect must be presented to any band that offers forth new music after such a career. The Violent Sleep of Reason marks […]
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