GOJIRA In Writing Mode: Video Available
Having completed more than 220 shows in order to promote the acclaimed
"From Mars to Sirius" album, French metallers GOJIRA are putting the finishing touches on their new material which they plan to include on their new much-anticipated full-length offering, tentatively due in the fall. The as-yet-untitled new CD will be recorded between April and June and will be released through the French label Monslip/Warner in France and Listenable Records and various licensors in other parts of the world. The band will immediately embark on a series of major tours in Europe and throughout the U.S. right after the release.
A short video clip of GOJIRA rehearsing and writing material for the upcoming album can be viewed below.
"From Mars To Sirius" saw an August 2006 release through Prosthetic Records in North America and a September 2005 release in Europe through Listenable.
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