World Debut of Meshuggah's New Video

April 2, 2012
imgNow available for viewing by the entire world and all neighboring solar systems on Nuclear Blast’s YouTube channel is the video for Meshuggah's “Break These Bones Whose Sinews Gave it Motion.”
The performance video was directed by Owe Lingvall of Sweden’s Village Road Film. Neither the band nor the director can be held responsible for any low-frequency hearing loss or bruising (internal or otherwise) which may result from watching it.
States vocalist Jens Kidman:  “We were high on tacos and sodas when we recorded this video.”
First-day sales for Koloss, the latest studio album by Sweden’s Meshuggah, secured the #1 position on’s Hard Rock & Metal Top Albums chart & the #16 position on the iTunes Top Albums chart in North America plus the following seven iTunes Top 10 Rock Albums charts around the world:
#2 - U.S.
#2 – Canada
#2 - Sweden
#3 – Australia
#5 - Norway
#6 - France
#8 - U.K.
Meshuggah is headlining “Scion A/V Presents: The Ophidian Trek” tour with guests Baroness & Decapitated, which launches April 29th. Confirmed dates are:
4/29/12  House of Blues - Houston, TX
4/30/12  House of Blues - Dallas, TX
5/01/12  Emo’s - Austin, TX
5/03/12  Marquee Theatre - Tempe, AZ
5/04/12  House of Blues - Anaheim, CA
5/05/12  House of Blues - Hollywood, CA
5/06/12  The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA
5/08/12  Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, B.C. – CANADA
5/09/12  Showbox Sodo - Seattle, WA 
5/11/12  Odgen Theatre - Denver, CO
5/13/12  First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN
5/15/12  House of Blues - Chicago, IL
5/16/12  St. Andrews Hall - Detroit, MI
5/17/12  Sound Academy - Toronto, ON – CANADA
5/18/12  Theatre of the Living Arts - Philadelphia, PA
5/19/12  Palladium - Worcester, MA
5/20/12  Olympia de Montreal - Montreal, QUE – CANADA
5/22/12  The Fillmore - Silver Springs, MD
5/23/12  Terminal 5 – New York, NY
Advanced tickets & V.I.P. bundles can be purchased at
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