Gojira Post New Video

2012-10-17 by James Grant | 19 Comments
French progressive metal outfit Gojira have released a new video under RoadRunner Records for their new single 'Explosia'. The track is taken off their latest LP 'L'enfant Sauvage' and is the second single to be taken from the album.

The video was filmed at the Studio at Webster Hall, New York, NY, August 14, 2012 and can be found here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqB4YPcacdo&feature=branded

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BloodandRainbows
October 17th 2012
221 Comments


yesyesyes

itchy
October 17th 2012
244 Comments


Was at that show, was crushingly awesome.

AnthonyFartano
October 17th 2012
233 Comments


My god that part at 3:50 to the end is great.

NonApplicable
October 17th 2012
2142 Comments


I'm tired of these types of videos. At least interlace it with something else to make it interesting.

MrElmo
October 17th 2012
1955 Comments


yep very basic music video, might as well look for a live version, take off the audio of the live version and put the studio one insted

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
October 17th 2012
19684 Comments


shit band

Digging: Tangerine Dream - Rubycon

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
October 17th 2012
19684 Comments


if your lyrics include the word

GO

at any point in time you are a terrible band

itchy
October 17th 2012
244 Comments


"might as well look for a live version, take off the audio of the live version and put the studio one instead"

That is exactly what this is, and exactly what it was intended to be. It was their performance of Explosia at the Studio at Webster Hall on August 14 recorded with a half-dozen handy cams and edited/synced into a live video for the album version.

It's not like they tried to make it look like something more than that. It's a great way to make a low-budget video.

MrElmo
October 17th 2012
1955 Comments


Good point but I can't help it, I like to have a good music video and these live montages are a bit lazy, thankfully the music is good and the montage is well made but still....(then again I had just watched the high on fire music video for fertile green so you can get where I'me coming from)

TheNotrap
October 17th 2012
8307 Comments


Song rules damn hard.
The video is the standard live low budget scenario, still has a nice vibe though.

Digging: Wishbone Ash - Argus

InFiction
October 17th 2012
3783 Comments


Awesome song. Band absolutely slays live.

silentpotatosfan
October 17th 2012
173 Comments


maybe not but 90% not

peartnoy
October 17th 2012
1259 Comments


this album is so good

Captain North
October 18th 2012
6792 Comments


Such a boring album

silentpotatosfan
October 18th 2012
173 Comments


doesnt even make me wanna stand and headbang

NonApplicable
October 18th 2012
2142 Comments


It must make you suck Potatos dick than.

itchy
October 19th 2012
244 Comments


Because you don't know what I look like :P

digs795
October 23rd 2012
51 Comments


if your lyrics include the word

GO

at any point in time you are a terrible band


Jerry was a Racecar Driver. GO

TRMshadow
October 23rd 2012
4983 Comments


They're live shows are freaking amazing, so I can see why they'd have the music video be of one. Still, I agree that you need to add something and make it at least a bit different, otherwise what's the point?



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