This isn't a new song by any means, not even to me. But even though I'm a huge fan of the genre, there are relatively few cases where listening to a certain track, or certain part of a track, just hypes the fuck out of me to the point where I want to ram my head through a brick wall (you know, in a good way).
Anyway, this song provides one of those moments; and it works on me time and time again, without fail. And though the song is over 20 minutes long, and the whole thing is great, there's a part that runs for about 2 minutes that more or less serves as my reward for listening to metal since discovering it over 25 years ago. It's a blistering 2 minutes, and perhaps my favorite two minutes in music. And it's one of the primary reasons I have the energy to keep looking for something new and better all the time, instead of merely settling for those bands I already know.
The track is called "I", the band, Meshuggah. The timestamp: about 5:39 to 7:46.
Taken out of context, this section of the track can be a bit jarring. But while it really does work best in context, for those listeners that don't find endurance metal particularly appealing, feel free to skip to right to 5:39 and see where the next two minutes takes you.
Once the chaos of the lead guitar relents, and we're left with nothing but the driving hurried insistence of the rhythm section to ram a charged metal spear through the back of your skull over and over again until it finally feels like they just won't stop until you're dead, it's possible you might hear and feel this track somewhat close to the way I do. It's jaw dropping for me.