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Item no. 436896
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Death Metal
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Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Gojira
Product type CD
Release date 10/10/2008
Grandiose mix of modern Thrash Metal, Meshuggah-type quirkiness and a hint of dark Industrial. Only Gojira manage to sound so technical and deep at the same time.
CD 1
1. Orobous 2. Toxic garbage island 3. A night to behold 4. Yama's messenges 5. The silver cord 6. All the tears 7. Adoration for none 8. The art of dying 9. Esoteric surgery 10. Vamity 11. Wolf down the Earth 12. The way of all flesh
Andreas Reissnauer

by Andreas Reissnauer (02.10.2008) Gojira are terrific! "From mars to sirius" was one of the best releases in 2005 , and its successor "The way of all flesh" is by no means worse. It's tough enough to produce something equally classy anyway, because frontman Joe Duplantier had been busy with Cavalera Conspiracy for a while. Plus it's remarkable that Gojira still shun the mainstream what with all this hype around them in France and England... The four-piece has become even more technical, crosses modern Thrash Metal with Meshuggah-esque elements and Industrial, adds some acoustic parts, being all the way dark and gloomy. An incredibly powerful sound tops it off and adds to the dynamics of Gojira, setting up a maelstrom you cannot escape. I don't think there's another band which is able to create technical music with such depth. Gojira are just brilliant - regarding music and songwriting... What can we expect next? Mind you, it's just album #3...