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Watch: Dude Covers MESHUGGAH On Trombone In Scenic Places

All stuff from the new album.

Meshuggah Trombone

YouTuber and trombonist Eric Quinn's dedication to covering various Meshuggah songs on trombone in scenic locations is pretty damn impressive. Watch as Quinn tackles a handful of songs from Meshuggah's most recent album Immutable, though his catalog goes way deeper than that and stretches back to at least one year ago.

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Check out a handful of the Immutable covers below and then go subscribe to Quinn here. I mean, even if you're not into the covers, the scenery is pretty nice.

Meshuggah's new record Immutable clocks in at a nearly 67 minutes long, making it the band's longest album they've ever done. Which is exactly the opposite of what guitarist Mårten Hagström had in mind when starting to write the music. In a recent interview, Hagström said he originally wanted to write a Reign In Blood-style record that ran for just over half an hour

"It's a double album, if this was a vinyl. It's 13 tracks; 66 or 67 minutes of music. It's the longest album we've put out so far, to this date. And it's a bit funny, 'cause when we started writing, I was really adamant that, 'Let's try to make a Reign In Blood album' — like the Meshuggah Reign In Blood album; just short but sweet. Not maybe 27 minutes, but keep it just over half an hour. 'Cause albums aren't what they used to be anyways; it's singles.

"So, obviously, we went the opposite direction and made a double album and just built it as an album and thought of it as, like back in the day, very important with the track listing and all that shit."

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You can also catch Meshuggah on tour with Converge, In Flames, and Torche at one of the dates below. It's probably safe to assume that Quinn won't be there, but he should be dammit.

w/ Converge & Torche

9/16 Worcester, MA – Palladium
9/17 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
9/18 New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom
9/20 Silver Springs, MD – The Fillmore
9/21 Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
9/23 Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life (Meshuggah only)
9/24 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre
9/25 Columbus, OH – Express Live
9/27 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
9/28 Detroit, MI – Royal Oak Theatre
9/29 Chicago, IL – Radius
9/30 Minneapolis, MN – Myth Live

w/ In Flames & Torche

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10/2 Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium
10/4 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield Theatre
10/7 Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival
10/8 Riverside, CA – Riverside Municipal Auditorium
10/9 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Palladium
10/10 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
10/12 Dallas, TX – The Factory in Deep Ellum
10/13 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
10/15 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
10/16 Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre

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