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Break Those Bones Whose Sinews Gave It Motion (6:55)

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  • Absolute monster of a song.
  • "Am I the only one that pictures strippers dancing to the beginning of this song? Probably." [url=]zombie strippers[/url] for sure
  • my surfing theme song
  • Ahhhhhh that low, distorted sludginess. Just so fucking sexy.
  • \\m/
  • Crushing... \m/ (>;<) \m/
  • \m/
  • "Am I the only one that pictures strippers dancing to the beginning of this song? Probably." - Well, now I do.
  • Jam.
  • what a title. what a song.
  • Avesome!! <3
  • Jesus Christ, what are those charts
  • Strelok is talking some shit
  • RItual.
  • Alaaaaaaaaaaaa :D
  • This is the best song Meshuggah have released in fifteen years. This gets me pumped like no other.
  • Am I the only one that pictures strippers dancing to the beginning of this song? Probably.
  • @Strelok2500 Is it that time of month? Please move along. Your words are useless here.
  • Huge SONG! Especially live. Strelok, get laid to this song. You'll change your mind.
  • Fine intro. "Kathaarian Life Code" anyone?
  • Vocals kick in and I catch myself smiling mischievously.
  • agreed with all 5 below me...gigantic
  • Strelok obviously lacks sex in her life. [2]
  • Strelok obviously lacks sex in her life.
  • It IS repetitive, and yet here I am still listening to it. I guess I'm a sucker for a good song title.
  • @ooan247 What? The issue here is not some concern with speed and pacing of the instruments and their arrangements. What is at stake here is the lack of technical complexity and interesting writing feats. Any band that plays really fast is just trying to mask their boring songwriting. I do not listen to 'speed metal' or technical death metal for this exact reason. This song is not boring because of what adrenaline it may or may not surge; I called it boring on entirely cognitive grounds. I do not base my aesthetic judgements in feelings or private experiences with the songs. I lean in and form an opinion with my intellect - the way music should be judged. @wlaXrbl It's just that I am not a docile drone who headbangs to repetitive shit and says it's 'good' simply because it might make me feel a certain way. And your appeal to the popularity of the song would dictate that Justin Bieber writes the best music in the world. That is clearly not the case.
  • horrible
  • if you're not a troll, you're pathetic, strelok. and if you are a troll, you're still pathetic. Maybe it's the same demon that makes this song having 100k + scrobbles and 20k listeners on lastfm. that should be enough.
  • @Strelok2500 not every song has to be at 180bpm with double bass and constant screaming. nub.
  • the guy below me is a buttknocker
  • This is the most boring metal song I have ever heard. What demon possessed them to write this crap? And what soulless zombies could actually like this? A shit stain on the corundum of metal, a truly embarrassing feat of iteracy. I am ashamed to be a member of a species that would create this exanimate chug fest.
  • Not the best song to get introduced to Meshuggah. Christ, The Killchain contained more complex melody!
  • " all you failed musicians "oh, i miss more polyrythms" and shit... They always played 4/4" Yeah well, polyrhythms /= odd time signatures. Practically all their music has a 4/4 core, but this particular song is unusually straightforward for meshuggah. Which makes it a bit boring, but it's still a great song. Just not as technical as you'd expect a mesh song to be.
  • Meshuggah ;3
  • Revenge... is like a rolling stone, which, when a man hath forced up a hill, will return upon him with a greater violence, and break those bones whose sinews gave it motion. -Albert Schweitzer
  • pretty sure this song is fuckin awesome!
  • Pretty sure they are/were polytemporal, not polyrhythmic.
  • for some reason i imagine cthulhu, rising from the depths of the ocean, then stomping over the face of the earth when i'm listening to this song.
  • I like how the title is an example of a trochaic pentameter.
  • damn its epic.. they so good :)
  • Tremors reverberating! ;)
  • all you failed musicians "oh, i miss more polyrythms" and shit... They always played 4/4... If you're too stupid to realise that, go hang yourself with an 8 string set... Why does it always have to be about how many notes or how many sub-divisions of time you can play? Nerdy f*ckers... Ever heard of groove? It exists because of SILENCE! And these guys know their groove...
  • Phenomenal.
  • 3:48 to 4:45 reminds me of Mortal Kombat for some reason.


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