GOJIRA: Live Video Clips From Current North American Tour Available

March 4, 2007

Acclaimed French metallers GOJIRA are posting daily video clips on YouTube from the band's current North American tour with LAMB OF GOD, TRIVIUM and MACHINE HEAD. Check them out at this location.

As previously reported, Listenable Records will release a remastered version of GOJIRA's second album, "The Link", in North America later this month. The label will also release the group's "The Link Alive" DVD in the U.S. on April 10.

GOJIRA's latest album, "From Mars to Sirius", was released in 2005 via Listenable Records (Prosthetic Records in the U.S.).

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