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Below is our complete Magma news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Fall Of Summer 2017 Announced

The Fall of Summer team is very pleased to add five new names to its 2017 lineup taking place Friday the 8th and Saturday the 9th of September by the Torcy lake, situated 30 kilometres east of Paris. The festival's organizers comment:

"With over 45 years difference between the newest and the oldest band, we have decided to introduce them in chronological order.

"First of all we are very excited to announce two mythical bands formed in the late 60s who have been a big influence for many metal artists for almost half a century. We are glad that the American occult rock band Coven will play their very first show in France at Fall of Summer and thrilled that one of our biggest national prides, the French progressive rock band Magma also joins us this year.

"Coming from the 80's, we're proud to welcome the American cult thrash metal band Morbid Saint who'll play for the first time in France. We're also thrilled that the emblematic Swedish black Metal band Marduk joins forces with us.

"To close this announcement, we invite those who would not know them, to discover Au-Dessus, as those young Lithuanians playing post-black metal since 2014, definitely deserve your attention." More...

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Helen Money Announces U.S. Tour

Helen Money will tour the U.S. with Magma and play all but two dates (Atlanta and Toronto). "These shows with MAGMA are really special for me," Chesley explains. "Their music comes from such a pure, inspired place and their audience is so open minded and willing to listen. To do this tour with them is a once in a lifetime thing and I can't wait."

“The first time we saw Helen Money play her cello we immediately thought about former Magma bass player Jannick Top, who was also playing cello," Magma stated, adding "Her playing is genuine and intense! It will be a perfect introduction to our show” More...

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