Professionally filmed video footage of GOJIRA's April 4, 2009 performance at the Garorock Festival in Marmande, France can be viewed at this location. A couple of the clips are available below.
"Terra Incognita", the debut album from GOJIRA, was re-released as a limited-edition digipack with three bonus tracks on August 24 in Europe (October 15 in North America).
GOJIRA is playing a series of headline dates on "off" days from their tour with METALLICA and LAMB OF GOD, which goes until October 18. Support on these shows comes from ZOROASTER and BURST.
Universal Music Publishing has released a 135-page tablature book for GOJIRA's latest album, "The Way Of All Flesh", which can be ordered from the band's webshop.
Since making its American debut alongside CHILDREN OF BODOM and AMON AMARTH in late 2006 in support of their landmark album "From Mars To Sirius", GOJIRA has become one of metal's most acclaimed and admired acts. The group has also toured with such heavyweights as LAMB OF GOD, BEHEMOTH, MACHINE HEAD, TRIVIUM and JOB FOR A COWBOY, and more recently, IN FLAMES and labelmates ALL THAT REMAINS.
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