Pitch Black is an EP containing two tracks, a never-before-released track Pitch Black, and a live version of Dancers To A Discordant System. Pitch Black is an atmospheric, pounding track recorded all the way back in 2003, sounding like it came straight from 2002's Nothing, arguably their magnum opus. Being one of the only Meshuggah tracks not to feature any shouted, aggressive vocals, they're sung primarily by drummer Tomas Haake. He delivers two verses of menacing, low-key growls similar to Spasm from Nothing. The song then transitions to a tremendous guitar solo, then an ambient section let by a repetitive but terrific bassline, setting the mood for a crushing outro driven by layered guitars and a tremolo picked lead that sounds like it came straight from 2005's Catch Thirty-Three. I don't know why this was never released before, as it showcases all the elements that makes Meshuggah so unique in one song, but at least it's out now, and it won't disappoint.