Gojira to Stream “Live at Red Rocks” Performance for 24 Hours Only


Gojira will bring a much-needed dose of their patented brand of life pummeling to the isolated masses tomorrow, May 20, with an official stream of their previously unreleased Live At Red Rocks concert. The performance was filmed at the legendary Colorado amphitheater on May 11, 2017, but held close to the vest, and the timing is absolutely perfect: we need it now more than ever! Opeth released their performance from the same show back in November of 2018.

Gojira have a summer tour with Deftones and Poppy still on the books, but it’s a near certainty it’ll be postponed or canceled altogether on account of the pandemic. There had been speculation that Gojira would release a new album to coincide with that tour, although it stands to reason that if that were indeed the case it’ll now be postponed as well… but we’ll have to see.

The show will be broadcast on the band’s official website beginning at 4pm EDT and will stay live for only 24 hours, ending at 4pm EDT on May 21, so make sure you set an alert!

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