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On their 2005 breakthrough album ‘From Mars to Sirius’, French band Gojira embraced a fresh new conceptual approach. No holds barred, it became a hard-hitting album that undermined all the metal clichés: a tight, fully developed sound, a smashing groove that almost automatically put the neck muscles into headbanging overdrive, and lyrics that aren’t even dominated by the living dead or severed limbs. No, the main focus is relationships between people and nature. So are they just a bunch of scruffy hippies? Definitely not, according to singer Joe Duplantier, whose impressive vocals make Gojira a full-blooded progressive metal band that fans of Opeth, Tool, Mastodon and Baroness will relish thoroughly. Encore!