MESHUGGAH's 'The Singles Collection' Released On Vinyl

A collection of MESHUGGAH's singles in three vinyl formats — 10", 11", 12" in a picture sleeve, all inside an outer sleeve — has just been made available in a limited edition of 450 hand-numbered copies via Night Of The Vinyl Dead.

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MESHUGGAH will release its long-awaited concert DVD on February 5 in Europe and February 9 in the U.S. More information will be made available soon.

The band will tour Australia and New Zealand in February/March 2010.

Released in March 2008, MESHUGGAH's "obZen" album debuted at No. 59 on The Billboard 200 chart and at No. 14 on the iTunes Top Rock Albums chart.

"obZen" was nominated in the "Best Hard Rock" category at the Swedish Grammis awards, which was held January 7, 2009 at Hovet in Stockholm.

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