Mastodon & Gojira Tickets
Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre | Englewood, Colorado
Giant Atlanta dinosaurs go head-to-head against the one and only, Godzilla! Grab some tickets for this epic battle of Hard rock vs Heavy metal, America vs France and Mastodon vs Gojira at the Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre on Saturday, September 2nd 2023. The two giants of rock will be co-headlining the tour, Mastodon will roar out their latest studio album, Hushed and Grim, which came out in 2021, and Gojira will spew the flames from their seventh studio album, Fortitude, also from 2021.
Mastodon is a heavy metal, sludge metal, and progressive metal band from Atlanta, Georgia. Its members are lead vocalist and bassist Troy Sanders, lead guitarist and singer Brent Hinds, rhythm guitarist and singer Bill Kelliher, and drummer Brann Dailor.
Hushed and Grim, their most recent and longest album at over 87 minutes, was published as a double album in October 2021, debuting at number 20 on the Billboard 200, number 2 on the Top Rock Albums charts, and number 1 on the Top Hard Rock Albums charts. Revolver Magazine described the album as "majestic, nuanced, daring and heartfelt" when it won the voters' pick for album of the year. The Atlanta juggernaut actually turned grief (the murder of their buddy, manager, and biggest champion Nick John) into glory on Hushed and Grim."
Gojira are singer and rhythm guitarist Joe Duplantier, drummer Mario Duplantier, Christian Andreu is the main guitarist, and bassist Jean-Michel Labadie.
Gojira is an Ondres-based French heavy metal band. They were formed in 1996 as Godzilla and have published seven studio albums, three live DVDs, and are the first French band to top the Billboard Hard Rock Albums list. Gojira is regarded as one of France's most successful exports to the United States. The band has garnered Grammy Award nominations for Best Rock Album for Magma and Best Metal Performance for the tracks "Silvera" and "Amazonia".
The track "Amazonia," comes from the band's latest album, Fortitude, it was published as part of the band's month-long fundraising for a Brazilian indigenous rights movement, and reached number 17 on the Billboard Hot Hard Rock Songs list.