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Gojira Frontman Reveals Musical Direction Of Next Album

11/14/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Gojira frontman Joe Duplantier says the band's next album will be somewhere between "super-extreme death metal" and "something super progressive."

The French metal heroes released their sixth album Magma earlier this year and Duplantier previously said he was already planning ahead for the follow-up.

Now he has given Metal Hammer an update on the progress of new material, saying he wants Gojira to further investigate the themes he explored on Magma.

He says: "We started something with Magma that I want to take further. The progressive and lyrical aspects are something I want to dig into a little more. It's not going to be a drastic change - we're not going to turn into a super-extreme death metal band or something super-progressive. It's going to be somewhere in between.

"We have a lot of riffs and ideas floating around. I don't have a clear vision of where we're going to go, but I think the music will take us there, when we start jamming. Hopefully we're going to be surprised. In a good way." here.

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Copyright Metal Hammer - Excerpted here with permission.

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