Hand-Farted GOJIRA (Video)

August 22, 2013

During GOJIRA's signing session at the Tel Aviv Metalshop on August, prior to the band's first-ever performance in Israel, Metalist magazine photographer and GOJIRA fan Guy First performed his famed "hand-fart" variation on the classic GOJIRA track "Flying Wales".

The members of GOJIRA stood in awe and filmed the performance, which was greeted with thunderous clapping.

Check out the footage below.

GOJIRA performed last Thursday, August 15 at Tel Aviv's Reading 3 club in front of a sellout crowd of 950 enthusiastic fans.

Guy's pictures of the show can be viewed here.


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