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MAGNÉSIS, progressive rock group have been maked up in 1987 by 2 high school friends Frédéric Przybyl (author) and Eric Tillerot (author, composer, performer). GENESIS, YES and progressive rock of 70' lovers, they decided to form MAGNÉSIS, a progressive rock group wich is on the same line as Peter GABRIEL in GENESIS and Christian Décamps from the french group ANGE.

Since, MAGNÉSIS is pacing up and down Burgundy's roads to perform and to revive progressive rock based on legends and medieval inspirations as english groups as MARILLION, IQ or PENDRAGON in the middle 80'. A spectacular progressive rock with costumes, make up and masks. MAGNÉSIS' music is close to the best of MARILLION, french texts make us think of ANGE and the show of Peter GABRIEL's GENESIS.

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2.97 | 6 ratings
Les Voyages de Mikado
1993
2.00 | 2 ratings
Le Miroir aux Défauts
1994
3.00 | 4 ratings
Absinthéïsme
1995
2.97 | 6 ratings
Etang Rouge
1998
3.36 | 5 ratings
Les Gens De....
2001
3.03 | 13 ratings
L'Immortel Opera
2005
4.42 | 14 ratings
Le Royaume D'Océanéa
2010

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3.00 | 1 ratings
Faits D'Hiver...
2012

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 L'Immortel Opera  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.03 | 13 ratings

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L'Immortel Opera
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars After some 15 years of existence and 5 self-productions Magnesis eventually found their home on a major label, after being offered a contract by Musea.The band would welcome a second keyboardist in 2002, Alexandre Moreau , and two years later they found a new bassist, Fabien Lo Cicero.With a six-piece line-up they entered the La Praye Studios in October 2004 to record their sixth album ''L'immortel opera''.The recordings lasted about 9 months and the album was launched in 2005.

Propably the most symphonic of all Magnesis albums, this one met the high expectations and ended up to be a nice experience of yet another ANGE-like lyricism, surrounded by MARILLION-esque and GENESIS-like keyboard parts and the edgy guitars of the modern Neo/Symphonic Prog genre.The sound of the band contains now some narrations and some heavier guitar leads towards an updated style and the music remains rich and varied, featuring acoustic parts among the electrified atmospheres.''L'immortel opera'' is characterized by the more intense Classical influences displayed ina Magnesis album, like the opening church organ on ''Ouverture'' or on the last moments of ''Le pacte'' and the academic orchestrations on ''Final'', flirting a bit with THE ENID, although the string sections do sound a bit fake.Rest of the material is not far away from what Magnesis are used to, very deep synthesizers in a symphonic vein, guitars with both angular and melodic offerings and decent compositions with theatrical and poetic edges.One th other hand the vocals seemingly cover a lot of the album's length with some spoken parts being doubled by extended atmospheric soundscapes, that do sound rather minimalistic compared to the regular flow of Magnesis' sound.The decibels are up and so is the energy of the group, the tracks are pretty long with the combination of organ and synths being quite efficient and the result is a good work along the lines of symphonic-oriented modern Prog Rock.

Not the best but far from the worst Magnesis album.Synth parts are excellent and keyboard/guitar runs come next, the vocal lines are not particularly convinving with the chosen mellow background, but overall this was a nice effort by the group with a slightly upgraded style.Recommended.

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 Faits D'Hiver... by MAGNÉSIS album cover Live, 2012
3.00 | 1 ratings

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Faits D'Hiver...
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by Windhawk
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— First review of this album —
3 stars French band MAGNESIS was formed back in 1987, and has been a fairly productive band since they released their debut album "Les Voyages de Mikado" back in 1993. They have eight full length albums to their name as of 2013, of which seven are studio productions. The live album "Faits D'Hiver..." is their most recent CD, and was released by Musea Records in 2012.

As I haven't explored any of Magnesis studio albums, I can't really tell if this live album is representative of their music as such. Due to the somewhat substandard quality of the sound recording this isn't an album I'd suggest to those unfamiliar with the band anyhow, but if you fancy checking out a band blending influences from AOR, symphonic progressive and neo progressive rock in a live setting you should probably find this production to be a satisfying one. Still, my main conclusion is that "Faits D'Hiver..." first and foremost should come with a recommendation to existing fans who'd like to experience how this band sounds live on stage.

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 Les Gens De....  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 2001
3.36 | 5 ratings

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Les Gens De....
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars Three years after the very good ''Etang rouge'' Magnesis seemed to have really established a solid core around Eric Tillerot.A new album saw the light in 2001, entitled ''Les gens de...'', recorded and mixed between April 2000 and March 2001 in Dijon and released again privately by the group.As with ''Etange rouge'' though, ''Les gens de...'' was promoted through a distribution by the giant French label Musea.

With ''Etange rouge'' Magnesis presented a refined, theatrical and atmospheric Neo Prog, surrounded by huge symphonic vibes, and that's the game played also in their fifth studio effort.And while the long instrumental opener ''Le syndrome de Ravaillac'' shows the group getting into more Electronic/Prog realms in the vein of SHAMALL, the rest of the album is an upright Neo/Symphonic Prog affair with Magnesis sounding very close to early PENDRAGON and QUASAR, reminding a lot of Belgians AMANDA and maintaining an evident ANGE influence throughout.Quite long and interesting proggy arrangements combine with shorter Neo Prog and Folk tunes to offer an album full of intense emotions and atmospheric passages.Especially the longer tracks combine a dramatic song-based performance by Tillerot with symphonic interludes, edgy synthesizers and excellent electric guitars in compositions, where both melody and diversity coexist.The tempos are numerous, from laid-back, more keyboard-led textures to energetic and grandiose moves with a rich sound.There are also plenty of nice Classical-inspired interludes to be found, while the shorter tracks explore either a more groovy Neo Prog style or obtain a light Celtic/Folk influence.

The millenium finds Magnesis on the rise.Another very good offering by the group, as ''Les gens de...'' is a decent example of symphonic-flavored, modern French Prog of great quality.Strongly recommended...3.5 stars.

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 Etang Rouge  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 1998
2.97 | 6 ratings

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Etang Rouge
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars After ''Absintheisme'' a new line-up around singer Eric Tillerot was meant to be established for Magnesis.Jean Pierre Matelot, a keyboard player and a guest in the previous album, became a permanent member and main composer of the band.Olivier Gauclin Tetu took over the guitars and now Frederic Munier handled the bass.The drumming was split between Sylvain Camusat and Denis Codfert.The new Magnesis face recorded the band's fourth studio album ''Etange rouge'', based on a story by Magnesis' author Frederic Przybyl and around lyrics written by Tillerot.The album was a private press, distributed though by Musea Records.

As time goes by Magnesis sound more tight and mature, no question about it.The style of the band hasn't change a bit, remaining somewhere between melodic Neo Prog and Theatrical Progressive Rock in the vein of ANGE, IQ, MONA LISA, CLEPSYDRA, GENESIS and ATOLL.But this time the compositions seem more ealaborate, delicate and with less raw parts and fillers.Nice piano parts, bombastic synthesizers and melodic solos are the main characteristics of Magnesis' sound and the ethereal instrumental passages give place to vocal-based passages, hailed by Tillerot's clean and melodramatic performances.Additionally the band does a great use of sampled flutes and harpsichords at moments to give their sound a more symphonic feeling.The production remains decent, the melodies are stronger than ever and there is always a fine alternation between dramatic parts and more pleasant instrumental themes.

The strongest effort by Magnesis thus far.Unlikely to leave a Neo Prog fanatic unsatisfied but also warmly recommended to all fans of melodic but still demanding Progressive Rock with a theatrical edge...3.5 stars.

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 Le Royaume D'Océanéa by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 2010
4.42 | 14 ratings

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Le Royaume D'Océanéa
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by tszirmay
Special Collaborator Crossover Team

5 stars I kind of cringe when some fans accuse some singer of being a Peter Gabriel clone when this happens to be pure unadulterated falsehood. Case in point, Eric Tillerot of veteran French prog group Magnesis who has so little in common with the Foxtrotter beyond the general neo-prog stylistics. In fact, the French prog vocal style is firmly ensconced in a theatrical method that has more to do with French expression than anything remotely Fish- esque. That is why André Balzer (Atoll), Dominique LeGuennec (Mona Lisa) and Christian Décamps (Ange) all seem to sound the same to Anglo ears. But that is the nature of the French language, a highly lyrical, perhaps pompous, often erudite and flowery form of expression that has little Anglo-Saxon terseness, Shakespeare be damned! The music on the other hand is hence quite operatic, often seeming tenebrous and dark but this current band relies more on modern techniques and approaches ( hints of guitar metal in the hands of 17 year old phenom Steven Codfert!) as well as gigantic torrents of sultry keyboards, heavily synthesized and mellotroned, courtesy of Alexandre Moreau. Where the old Genesis/Marillion influences become clear is in the fantasy concept/storytelling formula that made the 2 legends in the first place. But one would have to be seriously injured by flying jagged earphones to confuse this opus with either "Lamb" or "Fugazi"! Yes, Eric croons, swoons, wails, whispers, howls and hushes with obvious passionate intent, allied with assorted female interventions (from daughter and wife) to add scope and grandeur to the luxuriant melodic atmospheres. The concept album has a storyline loosely based on a novella by Frederic Przybyl , an apocalyptic event that spells the end of Earth where a selected few are chosen to resume the human race in a future kingdom called Océanéa (so we get influences that range from Jules Verne, George Orwell to the Bible, what a surprise!). I am a fretless bass fanatic and the busy burping bass of JP Matelot is immediately apparent throughout this splendid disc, combining articulately with Gavin Harrison-inspired drummer Denis Codfert (Steven's dad), so the low end is well guarded and honed to a sharp edge.

This is my first foray into their opulent discography and I have read comments about past sludgy production that is completely invisible here, as "Le Royaume d'Océanéa" is sonically crisp and highly defined, with each instrument easily distinct. From the opening strains of "Ouverture", the aquatic tendencies are entered as evidence immediately with wavy synthesizers cascading about, bold shark guitar attacks and booming bass all coalescing nicely together. The sound is fresh, breezy and involved, inspiring like some epic adventure that is about to begin. The gigantic title track is a massive keeper where stormy waves of rhythmic guitar and keys aid and abet Eric in introducing the main protagonist Darius Corealia and proposes a colossal echoing chorus that is as operatic as prog can get. The shimmering contrasts, the effective drumming and the fluttering synths are beyond remarkable, a trait that will be stamped throughout this inspired recording. When the aching lead guitar kicks in, its quite jaw dropping in terms of emotions and from this point on, one gets the impression that this will be a winning adventure. The epic 10 minute + "Le Guide" begins with shimmering piano, sweeping and emotive vocals and that sexy bass fretless rumble, then gently settles in for a floating ride with serene ease and unrushed restraint. This impression of relaxed musical cruising contrasts vividly with the sense of trepidation within the vocals (aka the storyline), the volume pedal guitar solo is utterly luxuriant and cargoed with feeling, Steven Codfert displays a ridiculous talent, the 'gamin' is only 17 and his deft fingers fly over the fret board with alarming ease and a whimsical aptitude for tone that is just mesmerizing. The biting and edgy guitar recalls Nemo's JP Louveton. Yet all is steered forcefully by the impeccable bass and drums.

Check out the stunning bass howl that opens "Sur les Ruines d'un Monde Ancien", a marvelous example of inspirational playing and utter control for the sake of consequence. The intro blooms into an evolving vocal, Capitaine Eric displaying all the drama of the French language, stellar cymbal work by papa Codfert while his son's guitar rages on the weather-beaten deck. Bloody brilliant, matey!

The pacing is dazzling as the gentle "Les Songes de Darius" provides a respite from the rolling whitecaps, the meandering torrents and the howling gales, a beautiful ballad that is gorgeously piano-led, like some Aquarian lullaby. Whooshing synths add to the gentle fanfare but it's the blistering axe solo that really hits the sails hard and marvelously ends the piece. Another short one, "Le Temple de Poseidon" is perhaps the most accessible track, a rumbling rocker that nevertheless has all the above mentioned traits, reminding us that they are a French rock band and a darn good one at that! Steven's slick little fret board licks are devilish and come across as depth charges booming off the aft, while Alex Moreau's watery Moog solo adds Wind and Wuthering to the arrangement.

But to prove the sheer courage and gall of this unknown band, they have the nerve to forge a colossal 22 minute aquatic opus, an "Abyss" where all the atmospheres, timing and colorations of progressive rock are keenly presented, with complete command of pace and effect. Serene synthesizer loops and careening fretless bass salvos create a profound sense of depth (errr ...Abyss, dude!), a fascinating underwater platform of space and sound, where sudden plunging guitar screeches enter the vortex and then?. Silence. Sequenced T Dream-like electronics shed light on some previously unseen and unheard subterranean expanses, where strange fish swim in azure waters, floating illuminated transparencies that breathe and wink at the passing adventurers (the use of slight Middle eastern tones is remarkably astute). The guitars become harsh and the drums crash wildly, the intensity accrues and then fades unexpectedly as we arrive on a splashing, sun- drenched beach of a sandy universe never visited before, a new Utopia. Birds and insects sing in welcome, as a tranquil acoustic guitar wishes safe passage, a luscious piano adding to the bliss. This sense of hypnotic timelessness never gets boring though, as if the true nature of prog takes hold, taking the listener far away into some internal universe remotely distant from any daily routine. Fantastic fade-out with dripping effects galore, Atlantis revisited. The blue water guitar wails bring us back to harbor. A scintillating epic that must be heard.

"Final" revisits the initial title track theme, a melody that will stick in your salty mind for a long, long time.

A sensational release, an hour of exalted exploratory music , easily one of the finest French prog records ever made.

5 Coral paradises

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 Absinthéïsme  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 1995
3.00 | 4 ratings

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Absinthéïsme
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars The mid-90's find Magnesis in a transition period.No more or less the third studio work of the band would be a collaboration between guitarist Pascal Maitre and singer Eric Tillerot, who also handled the bass and acoustic guitars along with the keyboard programming.They were helped by Pascal Gargallo on drums with a few appearances by Jean Pierre Matelot on keyboards and Roxanne and Martine-Magali Geneve on choirs.The album with the title ''Absintheisme'' was privately released in 1995.

Despite being mostly a work by a duo, ''Absintheisme'' is slightly better than the previous full- band work of Magnesis.Their sound is dominated by the strong ANGE and MONA LISA influences with a fresh sound,that is dramatic and over-theatrical lyrical content performed under grandiose Neo/Symphonic Rock arrangements with some haunting atmospheres.The sound is much synth-driven, based on flashy keyboard solos with a MARILLION-esque/DEYSS touch or even delivered with a symphonic edge supported by the guitar work,which is quite strong both on the rhythmic and solo parts with a sense of melody.Additionally Tillerot voice seems stronger than ever with a good balance between the melodramatic approach and the sensitive chords.Magnesis seems to be on the right path,the compositions have great alternations between mellow romantic parts and emphatic grandiose passages with also a fair amount of acoustic textures.

With ''Absintheisme'' Magnesis return back to the fine musicianship of their debut, being a balanced work of Theatrical Symphonic Rock and modern Neo Prog with quite a few impressive parts without though being an exceptional or even more a grounbreaking entry. Warmly recommended.

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 L'Immortel Opera  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.03 | 13 ratings

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Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by toroddfuglesteg

2 stars One concept album too far.

I have a soft spot for this French band. A band who has taken up the baton from Ange, Mona Lisa and Atoll. They are listed as neo-prog, but their sound is most definate French symphonic prog. Hence my soft spot for this band.

So it is a logic step for a band like this to do a concept album, a symphony no less. Which is a great plunge into the unknown. Just like the battle of the bridges in Arnhem during WW2. The risk is massive and mostly underestimated.

I have to confess Magnesis has fallen flat on their face on this album. There is no good melodies here. The music is everywhere and sounds unfocused. It is like a unskilled cook getting together a big dish where cod, chicken, oranges and strawberries is mashed into one big dish. It is not a dish I would like to tuck into. The music here is a blend of folk rock, hard prog rock in the vein of Spock's Beard, rock'n'roll, symph prog, classical music and some other strange tones too. The end is not a joined together symphony. It is a disjoined symphony. There are some good parts here, but most of this album falls flat on it's face. I hate writing reviews about bands I like, but this is how I see it. Sorry.

2 stars

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 Etang Rouge  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 1998
2.97 | 6 ratings

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Etang Rouge
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Review by toroddfuglesteg

3 stars The fourth album from this heir to the French prog rock throne. The one occupied by Ange. Magnesis is in that style, although they are neo prog. Or perhaps, Neo-Ange is a better term.

Yes, they are in the Ange mode and that also goes for this album. But they also implement the 1930s cafe music style as Edit Piaf was so famous for. Add some Marillion type of guitar solos and riffs to the stew and a lot of classical music. Voila ! You have Magnesis on this album.

The vocals are strong and so is the general musicianship here. No gripes there.

There is no denying I am getting more and more into this band as time goes by. On this album though, the neo-prog influences are a bit too strong and this album is short of great songs. But this is still a good album although I would not choose this album if I was new to this band. But anyone will get a lot of pleasures from this album.

3 stars

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 Les Gens De....  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 2001
3.36 | 5 ratings

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Les Gens De....
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Review by toroddfuglesteg

4 stars I have to admit I have never rated this French band...... until now.

This is their fifth album and the fourth I have reviewed. Due to pre-senilism, I have accidently bypassed their fourth album and gone straight to this one.

Something must have happened to the guys in Magnesis. Something very good, that is. They have more or less ditched their immature, thin sound take on Neo Prog and adopted a mature Symph/Neo Prog sound and approach. A sound that reminds me about Ange. The Marillion influences is still there, but more subtle. Magnesis has also embraced more of the French music culture. Jaques Brel to mention a few. The centuries old art of French ballads has also been embraced by Magnesis on this album. And so has French classical music too. This album is somewhere between symp prog, neo prog, French popular music from the 1930s and classical music. A large chunk of classical music and symph prog, that is. The music is performed by excellent musicians and a vocalist which finally has come of age like a good French cheese (sorry, monsigneur Tillerot). The other instruments are a large portion of tangents, some guitars and bass & drums.

The result is an almost brilliant album which will positive surprise symph and neo prog lovers. Like it has stunned myself ! Frankly, it is albums, no make that little gems like this which makes me review thousands of prog rock albums.

All songs here are superb and I am only withdrawing half a point for the lack of a killer track. But this is an album which I will probably include in my top French prog rock album list. It is an album which is close to perfection. It an album which deserve a lot more attention.

4.5 stars

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 Absinthéïsme  by MAGNÉSIS album cover Studio Album, 1995
3.00 | 4 ratings

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Absinthéïsme
Magnésis Neo-Prog

Review by toroddfuglesteg

3 stars The third offering from Magnesis.

I did review their first two albums some time ago. Two years ago or thereabout to be more precise. I have just read the review again.

Magnesis is a bit of an oddity in the scene. Their sound is very much like Ange, but they have their own style and goes their own way. Don't be fooled by the references to Marillion. Magnesis is doing their own take on Neo Prog.

Ange has been mentioned as a reference and I can also mention a lot of French symph groups. Magnesis is very much in that French theatrical prog genre. They have not changed vocalist since I complained about the vocals on the first two albums though. The vocals on this album though is great. Eric Tillerot sings with a clarity and conviction I admire on this album. The rest of the music is pretty laid back and based on tangents and guitars. Mostly acoustic guitars, it has to be said.

There are no real great tracks here. Neither is there any real weak tracks either. The overall quality is good and I am really enjoying this album. Or let me add; I have had far worse experiences in ProgArchives than listening to this album. Fans of Genesis, Atoll, Mona Lisa and Ange should take note of Magnesis and this album. A good album, it is.

3 stars

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