Swedish experimental extreme metallers MESHUGGAH have reportedly negotiated a new deal with Nuclear Blast Records and will release their next full-length album through the label. As previously reported, MESHUGGAH's last album under their previous agreement with Nuclear Blast was 2002's "Nothing".
MESHUGGAH recently entered the studio to begin recording their much-anticipated new EP, tentatively due late spring through Fractured Transmitter Records (the label formed by MUSHROOMHEAD vocalist Jason Mann). The one-song disc, which will reportedly clock in at over 20 minutes, is being recorded at the Swedish studio jointly owned by MESHUGGAH and long-running rap-metal act CLAWFINGER.
The band recently checked in from the recording studio with the following message:
"Hi everyone! Sorry for not updating you guys for a while, but we've been really busy working and we're making more stuff than we've ever done before. We're totally excited about the new material. We also have plans on doing a totally new website with more info, media stuff, merchandise and more frequent updates."
Upcoming MESHUGGAH festival appearances:
Jun. 25-27 – Fury Fest - Nantes, FRA
Jul. 01-04 - Roskilde - Roskilde, DEN
Jul. 15-17 - Arvika Festivalen - Arvika, SWE
Jul. 31 - Gates of Metal - Hultsfred, SWE
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