Best Gojira AlbumsGojira is a groove metal band from France..
It is very underrated - Less known band
One of the best groove metal bands on the stage with underrated talented Musicians
1-Mario Duplentier (Drummer) he is my 3rd favourite drummer he is very amazing drummer he is so young (30 years old) and he can compete with Lars, Joey, Chris, Portony, Lambardo.. Etc
2-Joe Duplentier (Vocalist) he is amazing vocalist he my 2nd favourite groove metal vocalist (after Randy Blythe Of Lamb Of God) he got so catchy vocals and talent and can write very amazing lyrics
3-Christian Andreu (Guitarist) he is very underrated modern metal guitarist he got amazing skills
4-Jean-Michael Labadie (Bassist) very amazing bassist with great bass lines
Its aesthetic is incredible, all the vibe, the whale sounds, a fusion between the deep ocean and the universe, both unknown to men, the vocals are perfect, the drums, the album is just perfect to my ears.
Greatest work of metal in the modern age.
Great heavy album.
The Way of All Flesh is my favourite by them. I mean, FMTS is great, but I'm missing some more darker and melodic parts that are in TWOAF. I think it is more balanced. Also, the sound of this album is pure brilliance!
The compositions are just better on this album than on FMTS. And this sounds slightly better as well, I think. Overall, their best album in my opinion. Just pure perfection...
It's my favourite album of all time. And it has been for a long time now.
This and TWOAF are tied, but I listen to this one a little more, so I'll vote for this album. Born in Winter and Explosia are some of my favorite songs in Gojira's discography (both are in this album).
Very heavy yet melodic sounding. It is the best Gojira album as it hasn't any weak songs like the other albums have...
L'Enfant Sauvage is one of the best death metal albums of all time. And Magma too.
Their best albums, don't miss death metal here. Just a progressive masterpiece
2. L'Enfant Sauvage
3. From Mars to Sirius
Super underrated. Has a different sound than a lot of their other records, but very good in its own way.
"Terra Incognita" and "The Link" are Gojira's blueprints for victory. Most bands would envy these two records. "The Link Alive" is something I could watch on repeat. I just love the smell of rain on this soil...
Fortitude may not be the band's heaviest album, but it's one of their best written. With amazing performances from every band member, diverse songs, and phenomenal production, this is a worthy addition to their already impressive catalogue.