Some of our comrades from across the Tasman will be happy to hear that Meshuggah are playing in Auckland on the 10th of October. Of course this probably sucks for all the cool people on the South Island, but it’s better than nothing I suppose. Blabbermouth has all the details!
According to fasterlouder.com.au, Meshuggah will finally tour Australia for the first time in October. They’ll be playing dates in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide (yes!), Melbourne and Perth. Tickets go on sale on the 23rd of May. Dates: 12th Oct Arena Brisbane 18+ 13th Oct Roundhouse Sydney All Ages 14th Oct HQ Adelaide 18+ 15th Oct Palace Theatre (formerly Metro) Melbourne 18+ 16th Oct Capitol Perth 18+
There’s an interesting video interview with a couple of the guys from Meshuggah on Blabbermouth.net for those of you who want to know more about obZen and their recording style. Worth checking out if you’re a fan. Blair posted some Australian and New Zealand tour dates for recent Tool touring partners Trans-Am on Toolband/Army. As usual they skip Adelaide. For some reason they’re playing in Levin, NZ though! I’m not… Read More »Meshuggah, Trans-Am
According to Blabbermouth, Meshuggah have finished recording their new CD, and it will be called obZen. According to drummer Tomas Haake: “We’ve finished the recording a couple weeks back! It sounds really good and we’re super-excited about the new stuff!” I guess it would be a bit strange if he wasn’t super excited. Hopefully Meshuggah will join Tool on the road again one day, preferably Down Under.
Rogue from Toolarmy tells me that Meshuggah have announced a series of European Tour dates with US band Dillenger Escape Plan. November 03, 2007 – Portsmouth / UK – Pyramid Centre November 04, 2007 – Sheffield / UK – Corporation November 05, 2007 – Birmingham / UK – Academy 2 November 06, 2007 – Manchester / UK – Academy 2 November 07, 2007 – Glasgow / UK – Garage November… Read More »Meshuggah tour with Dillenger Escape Plan
Meshuggah have updated their website, informing us of a couple of cool things: They will be entering the studio soon, and hope to have the new album out in September Tomas Haake has a new signature Vic Firth drum stick coming out. They will be playing shows in Europe from June through to August. Keep checking their tour page for more details. Good news, since I loved the last few… Read More »Meshuggah Update
Bastardometer from Toolarmy posted some more Meshuggah news for us all, including some Drum Workshop dates with their drummer Tomas Haake. An audio recording of MESHUGGAH bassist Dick Lövgren and drummer Tomas Haake‘s clinic on Wednesday (Nov. 15) in Örebro, Sweden has been posted online: Part#1, Part#2. A MESHUGGAH fan by the name of Anders who attended the clinic put together the following report: “It was like this: First they… Read More »More Meshuggah
G emailed me today to let me know that there’s a new Meshuggah interview available on the net. I haven’t listened to it, but I’m told the guys are currently writing material for their follow-up to Catch Thirty Three, with demos to be recorded in December. The release date is expected to be in the fall, presumably of the Northern Hemisphere. Check the interview out here.
According to Bastardometer on Toolarmy, Tomas Haake from Meshuggah will be leading a couple drum clinics, one in London and the other in Stockholm. If you want to learn to drum like a mathematical machine, then it’s probably worth checking out… MESHUGGAH’s Tomas Haake will be conducting drum clinics at the following two locations this month: 1) Sunday, Sept. 24 – DrummerLive 2006 – ExCeL Centre, London Docklands Haake will… Read More »Haake Drum Clinic
A few snippets today. According to several people there are unstantiated rumours going around in street magazines such as Beat saying there will be more ticket sales and/or shows coming up. Nothing to support this yet, but fingers crossed we should see some more action soon. For all those who are hanging out to hear 10,000 Days played on Tool‘s tour, Justin gives us an update in the Mercury News:… Read More »Tickets, 10,000 Days, Meshuggah