The Bonnaroo Festival is back for 2014, providing a little something for everyone. And for those who like their rock on the harder side, there will be a few acts providing it for you.
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Even though we're approaching Thanksgiving break, the work week still seems a bit too long, doesn't it? No worries, we've got a brilliant time killer for you to waste endless hours on! Get ready to avoid all human contact and check out 'Kidman,' a djent-tastic Meshuggah-ized version of 'Pac-Man.'
Marching along the road to the Death Match Hall of Fame with the feet of giants, Meshuggah have crushed yet another opponent. With fellow Hall of Famers the Acacia Strain having fallen at the hands of the Swedish extreme metal heroes, Meshuggah need only one more win to be the first act in Death Match history to have two songs declared as immortal in the sacred Hall of Fame.
When fellow metalheads are in dire need, the underground music community has a strong history of coming together and selflessly lending a hand. After a gruesome bus crash last year, the members of Baroness were left with serious injuries and daunting medical bills. In response, acts such as Mastodon, Meshuggah, Napalm Death, Neurosis, Circle Takes the Square, Municipal Waste and many more have donated rare items for the upcoming Baroness Relief auction.
Meshuggah just crushed Six Feet Under in our latest Death Match. With the Swedish giants stomping out their second band in a row, they find themselves halfway to the Death Match Hall of Fame and becoming the first act to ever have two songs inducted. However, they now go against fellow Death Match Hall of Famers.
Swedish extreme metal titans Meshuggah were able to knock off Neurosis in our latest Death Match, beginning Meshuggah's second run toward the Death Match Hall of Fame. The band's track 'Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion' has already been declared immortal in the sacred hall, but now Meshuggah have the opportunity to be the first act to ever earn two Death Match Hall of Fame spots.
Meshuggah were back at full strength Friday night (Feb. 15) in New York, even if frontman Jens Kidman was still a bit under the weather. The vocalist has been suffering from the flu and recently had to miss a couple of the band's shows, but he triumphantly returned for the New York performance.