Gojira frontman Joe Duplantier was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. He spoke all about the band’s upcoming North American tour with Devin Townsend and Atlas Moth. Duplantier also voiced his opinion on the situation of La
Gojira have cracked out another win in our latest Death Match, beating out black metal legends Enslaved by a respectable margin. We needed to find a massive and worthy opponent for Gojira this week, because if the French metallers win one more match, their song 'The Axe' will be declared as immortal in the Death Match Hall of Fame.
The battle between Gojira and As I Lay Dying became pretty fierce in its closing hours, with the Death Match songs being separated by less than a one-percent difference. As the match came to an end, Gojira received a huge push from their fans, clinching the competition in its final moments. With two wins under their belt, Gojira and 'The Axe' will now face one of black metal's most legendary acts.
Félicitations to French metal masters Gojira for claiming a win over Dethklok in our last Death Match. This racks up one win for Gojira's latest single, 'The Axe,' from their critically acclaimed 2012 release, 'L'Enfant Sauvage.' Gojira are currently at a high point in their career, but will they be able to beat metalcore's leading band?
The most brutal cartoon characters in the history of animation have scooped up their first ever Death Match victory. Having defeated The Faceless, 'Metalocalypse' heroes Dethklok now look to run through another opponent to carve a blood-splattered trail into the Death Match Hall of Fame. Their next opponents may be humanoids, but they've released one of 2012's best metal albums and are hungry for a Death Match win.
Gojira are certain to go down as one of 2012's hardest hitting metal acts. Having built a hardcore underground following since the release of various demos in the late '90s, along with their 2001 debut, 'Terra Incognita,' Gojira were absolutely ready to explode into one of modern metal's biggest bands with their Roadrunner Records debut, 'L'Enfant Sauvage.'