Gojira's forthcoming album Fortitude is set to be one of the key releases on when it's released on 30 April, and now they've revealed another song from it with the juggernaut Amazonia. Coming on like the spiritual successor to Sepultura's landmark Roots era, Amazonia features the influence of traditional indigenous instrumentation alongside the driving heavy rhythms of the French four-piece — and the PAF-driven tones Joe Duplantier told us about last year. The song and video highlight the environmental devastation man has wrought on the Amazon rainforest in South America. But Gojira want to go further in supporting the victims of deforestation.
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Gojira have shared the third single off their anticipated new album Fortitude , which arrives April 30 via Roadrunner. The new song is called "Amazonia," and it injects Gojira's trademark groove metal with the influence of indigenous folk music, and it comes with a video that "takes aim at the crisis impacting the Amazon and its indigenous communities. This is a call for Unity.
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