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Zip : Gojira Fortitude Album.LEAK Download | 2021 ALBUM, Since releasing their straight-to-the-bone debut ‘Terra Incognita’ in 2001, Gojira have evolved from death metal worshippers to something broader and more progressive. In 2016 their sixth album, ‘Magma’, continued to push things forward with the French quartet embracing grunge, cinema and clean vocals. It was to be their breakthrough record, with the band soon headlining festivals, playing stadiums alongside Metallica and even getting a couple of Grammy nods. Instead of playing it safe while on the cusp of this mainstream success, ‘Fortitude’ continues their drive onwards.
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01. Born For One Thing
03. Another World
04. Hold On
05. New Found
07. The Chant
09. Into The Storm
10. The Trails
As a follow-up to the much-lauded ‘Magma,’ the band is personally in a better place than when they recorded that album. It was much influenced by the death of Joe and Mario Duplantier’s mother, and the emotional toll it took to tour and talk about that album was exhausting. ‘Fortitude’ is by comparison a more cheerful album, and far more in the listener’s face, and considerably heavier than the last. It is a rousing call to arms in the face of worldwide pandemic and chaos, and it takes no prisoners.
Fortitude is everything you wanted from Gojira and more: a breathtaking showcase of heaviness and dedication to the craft, teasing out tones, passages and emotional resonance other bands just can’t access. It’s metal for the masses, and Gojira’s crowning achievement. If they aren’t playing arenas at the end of this album cycle, it’s probably your fault.
It is immediately followed by the environmentally charged “Amazonia.” The band is of course known for their environmental consciousness, and it is the frequent subject of their songs. Being about the destruction of the Amazon, it is unsurprisingly an angrier song, but one strong in South American rhythms, and indigenous instruments. I can’t think of another song in their catalog quite like it, which I take as a good sign for a band on its seventh album release; never stop exploring, experimenting, and trying new things.
They end the album with pummeling “Grind” which is everything one wants from a Gojira song. Heavy, pounding, highly technical, nuanced, and powerful vocals delivering a message. In this case, the song is saying the opposite of what the lyrics say. ‘Go!/Surrender to the grind/ Obey!/ Surrender to the grind,’ Gojira of course have no intention of surrendering anything, and certainly not to the fear and grind of the world.