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My Thoughts On: Meshuggah

I kind of shudder when people say that they love Meshuggah. Before about a week ago, I hated everything that they've ever put out. Mind you, my knowledge of a large portion of their discography was nil. Now I decided that their new stuff sucks. No matter how I try, "ObZen" is a bad album to me. However, their older material, like "Nothing" and "Destroy Erase Improve" actually shows the band experimenting with unorthodox rhythms more, rather than just trying to be the heaviest band on Earth. Their newer stuff does not hold nearly as much gravity as their earlier stuff, though it is just as eccentric. Their guitar tone got progressively lower and lower to the point where the rumble that their instruments gave out drowned out anything interesting to me. But that's just me. Thoughts?
1Meshuggah
Nothing
2Meshuggah
Destroy Erase Improve
3Meshuggah
ObZen
4Living Sacrifice
The Hammering Process
5Benea Reach
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