GOJIRA Complete Work On 'To Sirius' Video

February 28, 2006

French extreme metallers GOJIRA have completed work on a video for the song "To Sirius", taken from their latest album, "From Mars to Sirius". 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." The clip will soon be downloadable from the Listenable Records web site and it will be shown on various video music channels.

GOJIRA are continuing a series of sold-out French dates in support of "From Mars to Sirius" and will embark on a Dutch trek in late May with labelmates TEXTURES. A number of European festival appearances will follow.

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