MESHUGGAH: Mind-Bending Aural Assault Scheduled For July

Fractured Transmitter Records, the label formed by MUSHROOMHEAD vocalist Jason Mann, has confirmed a July 13 U.S. release date for the new EP from Swedish experimental extreme metallers MESHUGGAH. Titled "I", the one-song CD is being described as a 21-minute "mind-bending aural assault … [that] is sure to send shock waves throughout the metal community." Stay tuned for album art, downloads and distribution news in the days to come.

As previously reported, MESHUGGAH's next full-length effort, "Catch 33", is not expected before early next year. The group's last album, "Nothing", came out in 2002.

Upcoming MESHUGGAH tour dates:

Jun. 17 - Hultsfredsfestivalen - Hultsfred, SWE
Jun. 19 - Provinssirock - Seinäjoki, FIN
Jun. 25 – Geneva, SWI - L'usine
Jun. 26 - Furyfest - Nantes, FRA
Jun. 27 – Mean Fiddler – London, UK
Jun. 28 – Rock City – Nottingham, UK
Jun. 30 – Amsterdam, NETH - Melkweg
Jul. 02 – Roskilde - Roskilde, DEN
Jul. 16 - Arvikafestivalen - Arvika, SWE
Jul. 31 - Gates of Metal - Hultsfred, SWE

(Thanks: Eric)


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