Published Aug 28, 2013Believe it or not, Swedish metal devastators Meshuggah are in the midst of celebrating their 25th anniversary, and they'll toast their back catalogue this year via a series of limited-edition CD re-releases.
While details haven't arrived in full, The PRP reports that Nuclear Blast will issue CD digi-pack editions of a number of the band's old records and will be adding bonus tracks to the limited items as well.
Included in the series will be 1991's Contradictions Collapse, 1995's Destroy Erase Improve, 1998's Chaosphere, 2002's Nothing, 2005's Catch Thirty Three and 2008's Obzen. The only album that won't be treated to a reissue will be last year's Koloss.
Nuclear Blast has not yet unveiled the details, but stay tuned for more info on those bonus tracks.