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Release date: 19 March 2001
Style: Progressive death metal

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8.1 | 215 votes

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01. Clone
02. Lizard Skin
03. Satan Is A Lawyer
04. 04
05. Blow Me Away You(Niverse)
06. 5988 Trillions De Tonnes
07. Deliverance
08. Space Time
09. On The B.O.T.A
10. Rise
11. Fire Is Everything
12. Love
13. 1990 Quatrillions De Tonnes
14. In The Forest
15. Clone [live] [2009 re-release bonus]
16. Love [live] [2009 re-release bonus]
17. Space Time [live] [2009 re-release bonus]

Lyrics (11)


Line-up
Joseph "Joe" Duplantier - guitars, vocals
Christian Andreu - guitars
Mario Duplantier - drums
Jean-Michel Labadie - bass

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Sonic MrSumo - 27.01.2012 at 07:09  
Rating: 10 This album is pure brilliance!
Pelagial - 01.03.2012 at 21:08  
Rating: 9 Satan is a lawyer
Neiluria - 31.05.2012 at 23:39  
Rating: 9 We Could not start better. the beginning of a long journey to gojira!
musicalkaratekid - 20.08.2015 at 13:15  
Rating: 7 I've always thought of Gojira's first two albums as often overlooked works, but it's probably that way with good reason. Even on their debut however, Gojira were already sowing the seeds of musical experimentation, and that definitive musical direction which would eventually become fully realized on From Mars..., transitioned that way via The Link. What I really mean is, there are a lot of songs on the band's debut album that, if refined and sort of modernized to fit the production and atmosphere of the latter day material, wouldn't sound so out of place. As it is then, the gritty, almost tribal effects of songs such as "Clone", "Blow Me Away (You) Niverse" and "Space Time" all deliver a solid fusion of technical, complex death metal, but I think the best moments are in "Satan is a Lawyer", "Deliverance" and my personal favourite cut from this album, "Love", the latter of which has an excellent build-up. Would be a higher rating if it wasn't for the numerous fillers ("04" and "5988 Trillions de Tonnes" are pretty much useless in my opinion), but oh well. Still pretty great stuff.

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