Magma (reissued under the name Kobaïa) is the debut album by progressive rock or "zeuhl" group Magma, which was released as a double-LP in 1970. The album tells the story of a group of people fleeing a doomed Earth to settle on the fictional planet Kobaïa. Kobaïa" (Christian Vander) – 10:15. Aïna" (Vander) – 6:15. Malaria" (Vander) – 4:20. Sohïa" (Teddy Lasry) – 7:00. Sckxyss" (François Cahen) – 3:47. Auraë" (Vander) – 10:55. Thaud Zaïa" (Claude Engel) – 7:00.
Magma is the sixth studio album from French metal band Gojira. The album was released on 17 June 2016 through Roadrunner Records. The album was recorded at the band's studio in New York City, and was produced by Joe Duplantier, mixed by Johann Meyer, and mastered by Ted Jensen. The album sold almost 17,000 copies in its first week of release in the United States, charting at number 24 on the Billboard 200, making Magma the band's highest sales and chart debut to date. Musical style and writing. Mario Duplantier stated about the lyrical aspect of the album: "When you read Joe's lyrics, for me, I cry right away. They're very deep and to the point. We recycle our sadness and depression in the music. Joe Duplantier stated about the album's general direction: "We want a short album. Something less epic than what we usually do.
Magma is a standout in the Gojira discography. It takes a more simplistic, experimental, and even progressive approach than the band’s previous records. People’s attentions are shorter now. So a lot of the songs are four minutes. Magma still features the signature heaviness and aggressive riffs that their fanbase has come to love, and this style can be found on tracks like Silvera. Don’t be fooled though – this album boasts a wide array of more mellow music that threw fans for a loop.
Magma sees the band takie a departure from their technical death metal roots and exploring groove, melody and atmospherics in ways that they've not delved into before. Gojira stream their sixth album, Magma, in full with The Independent. 1/2. Gojira from left to right, Christian Andreu, Mario Duplantier, Joe Duplantier and Jean-Michel Labadie.
Magma's original recording of the composition that makes up the album was refused by the record company at the time, but was eventually released a. mage: Mekanik. Köhntarkösz is an album released by French progressive rock band Magma in 1974. The title piece of the album forms a section of the Köhntarkösz cycle.
Although they have toned down the complexity a bit, the music is still incredibly heavy, and there are still more ideas in this album than most bands manage in an entire career - from the Middle Eastern soloing of "Silvera" through the brutal, syncopated drum tattoo that drives "The Cell" to the almost liturgical, monastic vocals on the title track and the.
Magma (1981) by Magma. Genres: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Songs: 알 수 없어, 이럴 수가 있을까, 아름다운 곳, 기다리는 마음, 우린 서로 사랑하니까, 해. .Album (Studio full-length).