From Mars To Sirius - Gojira Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Death Metal / Artist: Gojira / Audio CD released 2005-10-24 at Listenable / Disc #1 ... more
From Mars To Sirius - Gojira ... Tracklisting
1 Ocean Planet
3 From the Sky
5 Where Dragons Dwell
6 Heaviest Matter of the Universe
7 Flying Whales
8 In the Wilderness
9 World to Come
10 From Mars
11 To Sirius
12 Global Warming
Newest Review: ... and also contradicts with the views on the album's tediousness. There is a great deal of repetition within the album but it ... more
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Customer From Mars To Sirius - Gojira Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/08/08 (Very useful, 30 readings)
In complete contradiction to the review below me, I believe this album to be an absolute masterpiece of Progressive Death Metal. Intense is an overused word for alot of bands but this word fits Gojira and this album with all the essence it can. Yet to name an album as intense implies a lack in attention to song construction, hooks, melodies etc but this album definately doesn't lack in any metal area at all. Gojira is a fine recipe of crushing riffs, originality, intensity, atmopheric textures, immense headbangability and awesome climaxes. To say this album has an "over reliance on gimmicks such as breakdowns" is a complete misinterpretation and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/08 (Useful, 20 readings)
Environmentally-friendly Canadian metal band Gojira sound much like a second-rate Devin Townsend Band, but that doesn't stop this album from being quite a corker. Following the same groove-laden style as Townsend's work, these songs tend to be overlong and lacking in ideas, saturated with a repetitive double bass pedal rhythm that becomes annoying and over-reliance on gimmicks such as breakdowns, but it still manages to hold together as a consistent album balancing melody and heaviness in a distinctive way. Few of the songs stand out from the general roaring tone, much as can be said for Townsend's albums such as 'Terria' and the excellent 'Synchestra,' but ... Read the complete review
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