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Gojira's 'FMTS' Ranks High in Top Albums of 2006


Upon conclusion of the band's first trek across North America, France's GOJIRA has netted press coverage across the board, including grabbing a nod from The Los Angeles Times and year-end list appearances in Revolver and Decibel.

REVOLVER MAGAZINE (USA) Top 20 albums of the year 2006
4. Gojira - From Mars To Sirius
DECIBEL MAGAZINE (USA) The top 40 albums of 2006
10.Gojira - From Mars to Sirius

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1. Jackrum writes:

The album is great, proper heavy stuff. Very good live band too, Saw them support Obituary and they were very good as support to old skool thrashers...

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2. Angry Mob Justice writes:

Glad to see them getting some respect. Gojira is an awesome band and their last album definately deserves those spots.

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3. metalmayhem writes:

agree w/ both above posts....im very surprised that it didnt rank higher on the decibel list. that is a respectable rag as far as heavy music goes. gojira is awesome. saw them a few weeks back w/ bodom and amon amarth and they ruled. cant wait to hear what they come up w/ next.

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4. anon writes:

For the readers that don't know about them, check Gojira's site. You can listen to "FMTS" in it's whole awesomeness. I caught wind of them from some past article involving a Devildriver member. Quite frankly, there's only one way to describe the album.

Metal.

I'm also very fond of the "Backbone" track.

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5. somedude writes:

i saw them at the bodom/amon amarth show...definately scared the sh** outta me

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6. Jackrum writes:

when i saw them i didnt even know they would be playing, only knew who it was because of the t-shirts i saw at the merch stand.
Glad i turned up in time to catch the set.
They should be higher on the decibel chart but maybe next time...

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7. metal2death writes:

rememberance and ocean planet cant wait for them at log

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