History Music / Meshuggah

11th Apr '16 2:20:32 AM aye_amber
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* XMeetsY: Music/{{Pantera}} meets Music/DreamTheater or Music/{{Nevermore}} meets Music/{{Converge}}, depending on the song.

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* XMeetsY: JustForFun/XMeetsY: Music/{{Pantera}} meets Music/DreamTheater or Music/{{Nevermore}} meets Music/{{Converge}}, depending on the song.
15th Dec '15 11:42:29 PM CassandraLeo
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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly[=/=]GenreBusting: Aside from just "metal", the band's genre causes quite a lot of confusion. DeathMetal? ThrashMetal? GrooveMetal? ProgressiveMetal? Djent? They've also been referred to as "math metal" and even "{{avant garde metal}}". Guitarist Martin Hagstrom and drummer Tomas Haake are known to prefer the label "experimental metal".

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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly[=/=]GenreBusting: Aside from just "metal", the band's genre causes quite a lot of confusion. DeathMetal? ThrashMetal? GrooveMetal? ProgressiveMetal? Djent? They've also been referred to as "math metal" and even "{{avant garde metal}}". Guitarist Martin Hagstrom and drummer Tomas Haake are known to prefer the label "experimental metal"."[[AvantGardeMetal experimental metal]]".
15th Dec '15 11:39:06 PM CassandraLeo
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* LoudnessWar: Most of their albums are clipped. It's worse on some than on others, though.
28th Nov '15 3:38:56 PM Confession0791
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* FollowTheLeader[=/=]FountainOfExpies - Revered and worshiped by the likes of Music/{{Deftones}}, Music/{{Gojira}}, Music/LambOfGod, Music/{{Periphery}} and Music/{{Tool}}, and subsequently copied by legions of Music/{{Djent}} bands.

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* FollowTheLeader[=/=]FountainOfExpies - Revered and worshiped by the likes of Music/{{Deftones}}, Music/{{Gojira}}, Music/LambOfGod, Music/{{Periphery}} and Music/{{Tool}}, and subsequently copied by legions of Music/{{Djent}} {{Djent}} bands.



* TropeMaker: For Music/{{Djent}}

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* TropeMaker: For Music/{{Djent}}{{Djent}}
28th Nov '15 3:28:09 PM Confession0791
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* FollowTheLeader[=/=]FountainOfExpies - Revered and worshiped by the likes of Music/{{Deftones}}, Music/{{Gojira}}, Music/LambOfGod, Music/{{Periphery}} and Music/{{Tool}}, and subsequently copied by legions of underground "[[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Djent&defid=4604597 djent]]" bands.

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* FollowTheLeader[=/=]FountainOfExpies - Revered and worshiped by the likes of Music/{{Deftones}}, Music/{{Gojira}}, Music/LambOfGod, Music/{{Periphery}} and Music/{{Tool}}, and subsequently copied by legions of underground "[[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Djent&defid=4604597 djent]]" Music/{{Djent}} bands.



* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly[=/=]GenreBusting: Aside from just "metal", the band's genre causes quite a lot of confusion. DeathMetal? ThrashMetal? GrooveMetal? ProgressiveMetal? They've also been referred to as "math metal" and even "{{avant garde metal}}". Guitarist Martin Hagstrom and drummer Tomas Haake are known to prefer the label "experimental metal".

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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly[=/=]GenreBusting: Aside from just "metal", the band's genre causes quite a lot of confusion. DeathMetal? ThrashMetal? GrooveMetal? ProgressiveMetal? Djent? They've also been referred to as "math metal" and even "{{avant garde metal}}". Guitarist Martin Hagstrom and drummer Tomas Haake are known to prefer the label "experimental metal".


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* TropeMaker: For Music/{{Djent}}
24th Aug '15 7:37:28 AM Nanogon
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** The music video for "New Millennium Cyanide Christ," a song about a man who sacrifices his humanity to become a [[ClarkesThirdLaw sufficiently advanced cyborg]], and seeks to reshape the whole world in his hellish image, which has a music video consisting of Hagstrom, Thordendal and Lovgren air-guitaring, Haake air-drumming, and Kidman lip-synching(badly) into an ink pen, all while wearing ridiculous sunglasses on their tour bus. They reportedly were extremely drunk at the time.

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** The music video for "New Millennium Cyanide Christ," a song about a man who sacrifices his humanity to become a [[ClarkesThirdLaw sufficiently advanced cyborg]], and seeks to reshape the whole world in his hellish image, which has a music video consisting of Hagstrom, Thordendal and Lovgren Hielm air-guitaring, Haake air-drumming, and Kidman lip-synching(badly) into an ink pen, all while wearing ridiculous sunglasses on their tour bus. They reportedly were extremely drunk at the time.
24th Aug '15 7:02:43 AM Nanogon
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* XtremeKoolLetterz: "Rare Trax", compilation album of unreleased songs.
21st Jul '15 10:51:09 AM Nanogon
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** ''Koloss'' - The first lead break in "Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion"

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** ''Koloss'' - The first lead break in "Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion"Motion" and "The Last Vigil"
14th May '15 4:02:52 AM Willbyr
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* UncommonTime: Frequently considered the rivals to Music/{{Tool}} in taking this trope UpToEleven. According to Hagström, they're not that big on odd time signatures. All of their music is based on a 4/4 centre, no matter how far out the rhythms wander. In fact, only one song in any of their last three studio albums has been written in a time signature other than 4/4. "Dancers to a Discordant System" was written in 6/8, and we all know that barely counts. That being said, they are no doubt masters of polyrhythms; [[http://www.scribd.com/doc/6375990/Re-casting-Metal-Rhythm-and-Meter-in-the-Music-of-Meshuggah this article]] barely scratches the surface. Most of the odd feeling of their songs comes from their unique style: all the guitar and bass is played in rhythm with the drum parts.

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* UncommonTime: Frequently considered the rivals to Music/{{Tool}} in taking this trope UpToEleven. According to Hagström, they're not that big on odd time signatures. All Almost all of their music is based on a 4/4 centre, no matter how far out the rhythms wander. In fact, only one song in any of their last three studio albums has been written in a time signature other than 4/4. wander; "Dancers to a Discordant System" was written in 6/8, 6/8 and we all know that barely counts."Spasm" is in 7/4. That being said, they are no doubt masters of polyrhythms; [[http://www.scribd.com/doc/6375990/Re-casting-Metal-Rhythm-and-Meter-in-the-Music-of-Meshuggah this article]] barely scratches the surface. Most of the odd feeling of their songs comes from their unique style: all the guitar and bass is played in rhythm with the drum parts.
14th May '15 3:58:43 AM Nanogon
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* UncommonTime: Frequently considered the rivals to Music/{{Tool}} in taking this trope UpToEleven. According to Hagström, they're not that big on odd time signatures. All of their music is based on a 4/4 centre, no matter how far out the rhythms wander. In fact, only one song in any of their last three studio albums has been written in a time signature other than 4/4. "Dancers to a Discordant System" was written in 6/8, and we all know that barely counts. That being said, they are no doubt masters of polyrhythms; [[http://www.scribd.com/doc/6375990/Re-casting-Metal-Rhythm-and-Meter-in-the-Music-of-Meshuggah this article]] barely scratches the surface. Most of the odd feeling of their songs comes from their unique style: all the guitar and bass is played in rhythm with the drum parts.

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* UncommonTime: Frequently considered the rivals to Music/{{Tool}} in taking this trope UpToEleven. According to Hagström, they're not that big on odd time signatures. All of their music is based on a 4/4 centre, no matter how far out the rhythms wander. In fact, only one song in any of their last three studio albums has been written in a time signature other than 4/4. "Dancers to a Discordant System" was written in 6/8, and we all know that barely counts. That being said, they are no doubt masters of polyrhythms; [[http://www.scribd.com/doc/6375990/Re-casting-Metal-Rhythm-and-Meter-in-the-Music-of-Meshuggah this article]] barely scratches the surface. Most of the odd feeling of their songs comes from their unique style: all the guitar and bass is played in rhythm with the drum parts.parts.
** However, "Spasm" was written in 7/4.
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