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Gojira - The Way of All Flesh album

  • Performer: Gojira
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: The Way of All Flesh
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Death Metal
  • MP3 version size: 1241 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1754 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 489


Band: Gojira Country: France Genre: Progressive Metal, Groove Metal Track Listing: Oroborus 0:00 Toxic Garbage Island 5:21 A Sight to Behold 9:28 Yama's.

Oroborus Toxic garbage island A sight to behold Yama's messenger The silver chord All the tears Adoration for none The hart of dying Esoteric surgery.

The Way of All Flesh is the fourth studio album by French progressive death metal band Gojira. The album was released on October 13, 2008 in Europe via Listenable Records and on October 14 in the US through Prosthetic Records. It sold around 4,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at number 138 on the Billboard 200 chart. It also reached no. 1 on the Top Heatseekers chart and no. 21 on the Top Independent Albums chart.

My first Gojira album was From Mars to Sirius; not an album that impressed me very much until several years later when I was more familiar with that kind of music. It was The Way of All Flesh that really got me hooked on these guys. Proving to be one of the BEST thrash death album I’ve ever heard next to DevilDriver’s Beast (which doesn’t even compare), The Way of All Flesh should be an essential for all metalheads (old and new) worldwide. Being one of the most unique albums in metal history, The Way of All Flesh gets my score of 19/20. This album is ESSENTIAL for EVERYONE to have into their collection; I actually think that this record isn’t any more essential than Reign in Blood and Ride the Lightning. So listen to this and get it if you haven’t already.

StargazerIV Absolutely insane crushing and swerving grooves.

Gojira are like Democratic Presidential candidates- policy wonks who are smart but stiff. They combine the tunneling riffs of Morbid Angel with the steely precision of Strapping Young Lad and Meshuggah. But the resemblance ends there. Unlike Morbid Angel, Gojira have no occult concerns; unlike Strapping Young Lad, Gojira have no sense of humor; unlike Meshuggah, Gojira's lyrics are actually about something- namely, the environment. The band's ecological fetish somehow seems appropriate for its French origins. Production is as important to Gojira's attack as note choice, and The Way of All Flesh is an audiophile's wet dream. Instruments are defined with pristine clarity; drums are crisp yet heavy; guitars and bass form a crystalline audio monolith. Gojira sing about the evils of modernity, yet they're the sonic embodiment of it. Such contradiction characterizes The Way of All Flesh.

Gojira (2). The Way Of All Flesh ‎(CD, Album, RE). Del Imaginario Discos, Dynamo Records (4). 371, DYN 2430-2.

GOJIRA - The Way Of All Flesh LP White COLORED VINYL ALBUM - Death Metal Record. The album was released through Listenable Records/Prosthetic Records in October 2008. Itīs the successor to "From Mars to Sirius" from 2005, which was the album, which gave Gojira their international (metal scene) breakthrough.

Luckily, by the time it finally emerged in late 2008, Gojira's fourth full-length successfully met most all of the understandably heightened expectations head on, opening strong with a pair of typically syncopated, groove-driven numbers in "Oroborus" and the "Toxic Garbage Island," then repeatedly upping the compositional ante with a string of imaginative progressive headbangers (.

Gojira are an extreme metal band from Bayonne, France that combine several genres, most prominently death metal and progressive metal, to form their own type of extreme metal. The Way of All Flesh is their magnum opus, presenting their most mature album, both lyrically and musically. Many elements of Gojira's music make this album unique. They play heavy, crushing riffs, yet will also play melodic riffs, sometimes combining the two. Melodic riffs appear throughout the album, notably on the songs Oroborus and The Silver Cord.