MESHUGGAH Breaking New Ground With 'Nothing'
MESHUGGAH recently became the first band in the history of Nuclear Blast Records to crack the Billboard Top 200, landing at #165 with their latest effort, Nothing. They also secured spots on a few other Billboard charts including #30 on the Hard Music chart, #9 at the Core Hard Music stores and #6 on the Heatseekers. Although the band has moved out of the Top 200, after four weeks they continue to chart on the Hard 100, Core Hard Music stores and Heatseekers.
In related news, MESHUGGAH also became the first Nuclear Blast band to be reviewed in Rolling Stone magazine.
MESHUGGAH will spend the next month at home in Sweden before returning to North America on October 2nd for an eight-week tour supporting TOOL.
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