MESHUGGAH: New Song Clip Available For Download

An radio-broadcast-quality clip of the new MESHUGGAH song "I" has been posted online at this location (5.7 MB).

"I" is the title track of MESHUGGAH's new EP, due on July 13 through Fractured Transmitter Records, the label formed by MUSHROOMHEAD vocalist Jason Mann. The one-song CD, which reportedly clocks in at 21-minutes, is described by the label as a "mind-bending aural assault … [that] is sure to send shock waves throughout the metal community."

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. 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

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