Some bands build a fanbase by spending countless hours 'interacting' with fans, others by licensing their material to any number of products or companies. Others do it by trawling across genres, following trends and altering their sound for find a place in whatever the spotlight is focussed on. Meshuggah, in their 25th year of existence, have risen to prominence by doing nothing more than slowly honing their craft, releasing album after album of unrelenting math-metal that has barely changed in style but has, somehow, always improved on that of its predecessor.

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