GOJIRA's Cover Of METALLICA's 'Escape' Posted Online

French METALLICA fan site Metal Monster has uploaded GOJIRA's cover version of the METALLICA song "Escape" at this location.

As previously reported, GOJIRA's video for the song "To Sirius" made its North American debut last weekend (Sept. 23) on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" show. According to a press relase, the video is "a technical wonder produced by famous French photographer Alain Duplantier: it was entirely made from photographs displayed at various speed, one after another. There's no regular film footage." Watch the clip at
YouTube.com.

"To Sirius" comes off GOJIRA's latest album, "From Mars to Sirius", which was released last year via Listenable Records.

GOJIRA will embark on a North American tour as the support act for CHILDREN OF BODOM beginning late November. Also appearing on the bill are AMON AMARTH and SANCTITY.

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