GOJIRA: 'Xfm Sessions' Recording Posted Online

French metallers GOJIRA have posted three live songs that were recorded earlier in the year as part of the UK's "Xfm Sessions". Check out the tracks "Ocean Planet", "Backbone" and "The Heaviest Matter of the Universe" on the band's MySpace page.

In other news, Listenable Records has just released GOJIRA's first demo (back when the band was called GODZILLA), entitled "Possessed", as a VERY limited-edition package (CD+TS) of 100 copies. More information is available at this location.

GOJIRA will team up with JOB FOR A COWBOY, BEHEMOTH, and BENEATH THE MASSACRE for the 2007 "Radio Rebellion" tour beginning on October 18 in Baltimore, Maryland.

GOJIRA is continuing to tour in support of its latest CD, "From Mars To Sirius", which saw an August 2006 release through Prosthetic Records in North America and a September 2005 release in Europe through Listenable.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of GOJIRA performing the song "Ocean Planet" live at Rock Oz'Arènes festival, in Avenches (Switzerland) in 2007:

(Thanks: www.EcClipse.net)


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