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Meshuggah - "Closed Eye Visuals"

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Published on Oct 5, 2009

Song: Closed Eye Visuals

Artist: Meshuggah

Album: Nothing (2002)


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  • Song

    • Closed Eye Visuals
  • Artist

    • Meshuggah
  • Album

    • Nothing (Re-Release )
  • Licensed by

    • WMG (on behalf of WM Greece); UBEM, Warner Chappell, CMRRA, and 6 Music Rights Societies

Comments • 163

StoIenLogic
There's something about Meshuggah... and weed... like music is great while high, but Meshuggah... it's like, not only do I get the euphoria of beautiful music, but I also experience this mood that is expressed through Meshuggah's music... it's unlike anything I've ever witnessed. It's like Cruel, Evil, No escape. An infinitely intelligent entity guiding me through an underworld...
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crynightbcn
All this album is a masterpiece!!!
Gabriel Donoso
masterpiece
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Peter Nieman
tomas haake is a lyrical genius. 
Justin Stewart
If they kept this version's drums with the new guitar this would have been the perfect album.
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Vorse_Raider
This is undoubtably my favorite song ever. Kinda shocked tbh, I pretty much hate Meshuggah and their brand of riffing and I find the rest of this album un-listenable, but the riffs on this are perfect. I get some strong Gorguts' Obsucra vibes from the angular, chromatic riffs on this. Those kinds of riffs don't grow on trees.
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Nigel Barnim
The original sounds so much clearer!
Core Orbit
I'm so high right now and entranced by the ancestral blue print fractal layers like an onion housing thresholds of frequency that attract colours into harmonic geometric picture produced by the numbers which are well understood by the artist because what I see is thousands orcs destroying small villages in the dark while the light spits shapes through symptoms of sacred geometry.
mick mack
Destroy erase improve, contradictions collapse, and nothing are my top 3 fav meshuggah albums \m/
Fergal Quigley
Set speed to 2 for a new version. It is a good experience, changes the dynamic!
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