MESHUGGAH: More 'Nothing' Reissue Details Revealed
More information has been released about the upcoming reissue of MESHUGGAH's acclaimed 2002 effort, "Nothing", due in the U.S. on October 31 via Nuclear Blast Records. The new edition of the album includes re-recorded guitars and comes in a custom-shaped slipcase featuring a 3D hologram card. The CD, which was also remixed and remastered, contains a bonus DVD featuring the band's appearance at the Download 2005 festival and other video clips. Check out the cover artwork at this location. A flyer for the upcoming reissue can be found here.
MESHUGGAH's latest album, "Catch Thirty Three", was nominated for a Swedish Grammy in the "Best Hard Rock" category. Other nominees were CANDLEMASS ("Candlemass"), HAMMERFALL ("Chapter V: Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken"), HARDCORE SUPERSTAR ("Hardcore Superstar") and OPETH ("Ghost Reveries").
MESHUGGAH last December extended their deal with the publishing company Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia.
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