Published Sep 28, 2018After delivering a career-spanning box set of their work on wax in 2016, Meshuggah have now announced a new campaign to reissue their recorded works individually.
Today, the band announced that their 1989 self-titled LP, 1991's Contradictions Collapse, 1994's None EP, 1995's Destroy Erase Improve and 1998's Chaosphere will return to wax on November 30.
Original pressings of the band's work have been known to fetch high prices on sites such as Discogs. The aforementioned titles are available in a variety of different variants, which you can peruse here.
All releases were mastered for vinyl by Thomas Eberger of Stockholm Mastering, and feature redesigned artwork from Keerych Luminokaya. Luminokaya provided artwork for the group's 2012 LP Koloss and 2016's The Violent Sleep of Reason.