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Vision Éternel
A moustachioed man in a fedora hat, in a snowy landscape
Alexandre Julien, in the Laurentian Mountains in January 2017.
Background information
OriginMontreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres
  • Ambient
  • dark ambient
  • post-rock
  • dream pop
  • shoegazing
  • ethereal wave
  • minimalist
  • instrumental
Years active2007–present
Labels
  • Abridged Pause Recordings
  • Mortification Records
  • Frozen Veins Records
Website{{URL|example.com|optional display text}}
Members
  • Alexandre Julien
Past members
  • Philip Altobelli
  • Brandon Jacobs
  • Josh McConnell
  • Mike Dyball
  • Nidal Mourad
  • Adam Kennedy

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Vision Éternel is a Canadian ambient and shoegaze band based in Montreal, Quebec.[1] The band was formed in January 2007 by guitarist Alexandre Julien, while experimenting with various guitar effects during a studio recording session.[2] Over the course of its first year, the band had several other members, before Julien ultimately decided to continue Vision Éternel alone. Some of the artists and musicians who have participated in or collaborated with Vision Éternel over the years include members of Mutiny Within, Priestess, An Albatross, Hacride, Boize, Eliminator, Mad Parish, Soufferance, Cara Neir, Beyond the Dune Sea, Citadel Swamp and sister-project Vision Lunar.[3][4][5][6]

The band is known for its concept albums.[7] Recurring themes center around infatuation, abandonment, emptiness, heartbreak, loneliness, isolation, depression, melancholia, nostalgia and nihilism.[8][9][10] Because of his dissatisfaction being labeled as an ambient, dark ambient or post-rock band, Julien ultimately coined a new term to describe Vision Éternel's sound: melogaze.[11] The new word allows for a connection between the style of music that is played and the dramatic themes that are represented.[11] The band is also known for portraying a bygone era of Montreal, depicting the city as an Anglophone metropolis prior to the Quiet Revolution of the 1960's.[12][13] Part of this image is recreated in videos and pictures which feature Julien wearing fedora hats and turned-up overcoats, an image he credits to his obsession with classic films, especially films noir (and neo-noirs), expressionism and dramas.[14][15][16]

Vision Éternel has released five extended plays: Seul Dans L'obsession in 2007, Un Automne En Solitude in 2008, Abondance De Périls in 2010, The Last Great Torch Song in 2012 and Echoes From Forgotten Hearts in 2015.[17][18] The first two EPs were released through Mortification Records while Abridged Pause Recordings has released the three most recent ones.[19] In 2009, a Japanese-exclusive compilation entitled An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes was released by Frozen Veins Records, which compiled all of the material originally released by Mortification Records with unreleased b-sides and a poster.[20][21] The band has also released five music videos: Love Within Narcosis in 2007, Season In Absence (which had two versions) in 2008 and 2010, Pièce No. Trois in 2017 and Sometimes In Longing Narcosis in 2018.[22] A limited edition retrospective boxed set entitled An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes (of no relation to the identically-titled 2009 Japanese compilation) was released by Abridged Pause Recordings in 2018. The boxed set contains all of the material released by the band up to that point along with unreleased material and memorabilia.[23][24] Vision Éternel is currently working on its sixth extended play, due out in 2019.[25][26]

History[edit]

Formation and Seul Dans L'obsession (2007)[edit]

Vision Éternel was formed in Edison, New Jersey, USA, in January 2007, by Canadian-born guitarist Alexandre Julien, while experimenting with effects at his home studio.[2][27] Early on, Julien was influenced to compose music by his uncle Stephane Fania who founded and performed in the Montreal heavy metal band Boize.[28] Initially, Vision Éternel was part of the Triskalyon collective; a group of bands and musicians with common beliefs who shared band members and had their own vanity record label, Mortification Records.[29][30][31] Triskalyon also included future members of French progressive metal band Hacride and members of A Forest Of Stars.[32][33][34][35] Vision Éternel was soon signed to Mortification Records and was invited to participate in the various artists compilation album Triskalyon Promo Pack.[36][37][38]

Vision Éternel's debut extended play, Seul Dans L'obsession, was released less than a month later, on February 14, 2007.[39] The record was a concept album, purposely released on Saint Valentine's Day, covering the various phases of a heartbreak: from love at first sight to emotional abandonment, denial, melancholia and finally narcissistic withdrawal.[8][40] Seul Dans L'obsession was promoted with a music video for the single Love Within Narcosis which premiered on YouTube.[41][42] The music video was filmed in Edison, and featured scenes that reflected the expressionist artwork of the album, tying into the concept.[43][44] A second single was released in June 2007 for Love Within Isolation, which helped Vision Éternel peak on the independent Myspace Music Top Artists charts. Vision Éternel reached No. 6 on the Shoegaze chart, No. 21 on the Ambient chart and No. 52 on the Experimental chart.[10][45][46][47]

Expanding the band and relocation (2007-2008)[edit]

Julien in December 2011 outside the Dalhousie Station in Montreal.

In June 2007, Vision Éternel's line-up was expanded. Former Triskalyon guitarist Philip Altobelli joined the band and worked on several songs.[4][1] After his departure from Vision Éternel, Philip Altobelli studied classical guitar at Kean University in Union County, New Jersey and became a music teacher.[48][49] Julien also briefly jammed with Brandon Jacobs that summer, who simultaneously played in the progressive/melodic death metal band Mutiny Within. But the New Jersey metal band was gaining interest from several major metal record labels and Mutiny Within eventually signed with Roadrunner Records, forcing Brandon Jacobs to dedicate himself to only one band.[50][51] In August, Julien moved back to his native country and relocated Vision Éternel to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where the band is still located as of 2018.[10][8]

In Canada, Vision Éterenl found new band members. In late 2007, guitarist and vocalist Josh McConnell joined for a brief period,[citation needed] but left to work with his other bands, heavy metal act Mad Parish and the Iron Maiden tribute, Brand New World.[52][not in citation given] A similar situation occurred with the band Priestess when bassist Mike Dyball had to pull out to dedicate his time to composing Priestess' second album Prior to the Fire.[53][not in citation given][54][not in citation given]

In January 2008, Vision Éternel was joined by Nidal Mourad on acoustic rhythm guitar and Adam Kennedy on lead electric guitar.[55] The band was then entirely composed of Montreal newcomers: Julien, who had only recently moved back to the city after growing up in New Jersey, though he was originally born on the West Island; Nidal Mourad, who had grown up in Slave Lake, Alberta where he fronted the metalcore band Natesment; and Adam Kennedy, who was from Canada's capital region in Ottawa, Ontario, where he had dabbled in hard rock, hip-hop and electronic music, performing under the names AK & Lord V and Orpheus.[3][56][57][58] Under this partnership, Vision Éternel evolved from an ambient project into a full post-rock and indie rock band.[10] Nidal Mourad left the band in early February to become a successful DJ, performing as Ziko Ghost.[59] Adam Kennedy remained with Vision Éternel for some time but he eventually left to establish himself as a multi-instrumentalist producer and audio engineer. He has since played in Beyond the Dune Sea, 1993, Acid Cross, Owl Eyes Project and Wake the Wolf.[58][60]

Un Automne En Solitude and An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes (2008-2009)[edit]

Julien in December 2011 outside the Dalhousie Station in Montreal.

In March 2008, Julien opted to continue Vision Éternel as a solo project and released the second extended play, Un Automne En Solitude. Vision Éternel's second release had been entirely recorded the year prior, between May and August 2007 while in New Jersey, only months after the release of Seul Dans L'obsession.[61] But the album had been indefinitely shelved when finding band members became a priority. Un Automne En Solitude was released on March 14, 2008, through Mortification Records and was a direct sequel to the debut EP.[62] The story picked up following the same heartbreak and incorporated the theme from Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 motion picture Vertigo, where "man meets woman, man loses woman, man meets woman again, man loses woman again".[63][64] Un Automne En Solitude was promoted throughout the year with the single Season In Absence, which landed two music videos; one directed by Belgian musician and graphic designer Niels Geybels and filmed in Antwerp in 2008; the other directed by Julien and photographed around Upstate New York and Montreal in 2010.[65][66][67][68]

In July 2008, Vision Éternel announced a split 7" vinyl with the Californian post-rock band Ethereal Beauty.[69][70] This release was in preparation for several years, and ultimately evolved into a split with Bonfires For Nobody when Ethereal Beauty changed names in 2010.[71][72] But it was eventually cancelled when the latter band failed to deliver any material and Vision Éternel wound up using its reserved content on the 2012 EP The Last Great Torch Song. In September 2008, Vision Éternel was signed to Montreal-based post-metal and blackgaze record label Abridged Pause Recordings.[73] Vision Éternel was among the first four bands signed to Abridged Pause Recordings' roster, alongside Ethereal Beauty, French melodic grindcore band Dreams of the Drowned and German black metal band Black Autumn.[74][75][76][77] In October 2008, Tokyo, Japan-based black metal, black ambient and dark ambient record label Frozen Veins Records put together a compilation of the first two Vision Éternel extended plays.[78] The limited edition compact disc, intended exclusively for the Japanese market, featured Seul Dans L'obsession, Un Automne En Solitude, three unreleased b-sides and a poster.[70][79] Titled An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes, it was released to commemorate the two-year anniversary of the first EP, on February 14, 2009.[20] [80]

Abondance De Périls and The Last Great Torch Song (2010–2013)[edit]

Julien in March 2012 near the Jacques Cartier Bridge on Saint Helen's Island.

Vision Éternel's first release on Abridged Pause Recordings was Abondance De Périls, the band's third concept album. [81][82] The extended play was released as part of a double bill on March 9, 2010, together with former guitarist Adam Kennedy's new band, Beyond the Dune Sea's eponymous album.[83] Abondance De Périls was also mastered by Adam Kennedy at his new recording studio Vital Philosophy.[84] The promotion of Abondance De Périls spanned several singles, beginning with a re-recording of Love Within Narcosis titled Narcosis Re-Recorded, which was a b-side from the EP and was only available on Saint Valentine's Day 2010 on Vision Éternel's Myspace page.[85] This was followed a week later, on February 20 by the Bandcamp-exclusive Rehearsal November 30th 2009, another b-side featuring a medley of songs spanning all three extended plays and recorded during a rehearsal.[86][87] Once Abondance De Périls was released in March, Thoughts As Naïvety was pushed as the first single.[88] In the fall of 2010, Thoughts As Solicitation and Thoughts As Affection became promotional singles as they appeared on several post-rock and ambient radio stations, blogs and YouTube channels.[89][90][91] Finally, another b-side, Thoughts As Consolation was released on a various artists compilation titled Great Messengers: Palms.[71][92][93] In 2011, Vision Éternel was mentioned in a book about post-rock music titled La Croche Lune by David D'Halleine.[94][full citation needed]

The Last Great Torch Song was released as a follow-up to Abondance De Périls on March 14, 2012 through Abridged Pause Recordings.[95][96] Vision Éternel's fourth extended play, another concept album, was filled with guest appearances by musicians and collaborators. Some of the featured guests include Eiman Nejad, former guitarist of Mutiny Within who was then playing in the thrash metal and speed metal band Eliminator; Howard Change, former member of An Albatross and vocalist of Throne of Mortality; Alexander Fawcett from Oceanus and Arboretus; and Garry Brents of Cara Neir and Parabstruse.[5][6][97][96][64] Garry Brents also mastered The Last Great Torch Song in addition to providing keyboards.[98][99] The cover artworks for both Abondance De Périls and The Last Great Torch Song were photographed by Marina Polak.[98][99] Two songs from The Last Great Torch Song appeared in the soundtrack to Lucid Dreaming in New Jersey, an independent feature film written, directed and starring Howard Change.[100]

Echoes From Forgotten Hearts and the ten-year anniversary (2014–present)[edit]

Julien in December 2015 in the Laurentian Mountains.

In the summer of 2014, Julien was commissioned to compose the score to an American-Icelandic international co-production short film.[7][101] However, the film was left unfinished and the music unreleased.[102][103] Instead of giving up on the material, Julien edited, re-recorded and re-conceptualized the soundtrack into a new Vision Éternel album.[104][103] Echoes From Forgotten Hearts was released through Abridged Pause Recordings on Saint Valentine's Day 2015.[105] The concept album retained a general soundtrack theme, with each song titled Piece Number One through Seven. Pièce No. Sept was released as a first single in 2015. The album graphics for Echoes From Forgotten Hearts were by Jeremy Roux, who also created the band's 2008 logo and was hired for several promotional band photo shoots.[106][105][107]

A video was released for Echoes From Forgotten Hearts' second single Pièce No. Trois on August 28, 2017.[108] The film noir-influenced music video featured footage photographed by Jeremy Roux around Montreal and was edited by Hong Kong-based visual artist Vasiliy Atutov.[13][109] The music video was deliberately released on the day of Academy Award-winning cinematographer James Wong Howe's birthday, to honor his film noir influence.

Vision Éternel celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2017 with several events, including the music video for Pièce No. Trois.[12][13] The band also worked with designer Christophe Szpajdel on a new band logo and released a retrospective boxed set entitled An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes.[110][23][24] As of 2018, Vision Éternel is working on a sixth extended play, due out in 2019.[25][26]

Style and themes[edit]

Vision Éternel was influenced by post-punk and alternative rock bands and artists of the 1990s such as Faith No More, Swans and The Smashing Pumpkins.[64][111][8][112]

Vision Éternel is generally referred to as an ambient band, though it relies heavily on string instruments, a style more frequently associated with post-rock music.[113][114] Julien however maintains that the music is too minimalist to be fully qualified as a post-rock band and contains far more elements of dream pop, shoegaze, ethereal and dark ambient, combined with post-punk, emo, post-hardcore and indie rock.[114] Julien coined his own term, melogaze,[115] a portmanteau of shoegaze, a genre the band sympathizes with because of its introspective and introverted elements; and melodrama, a theme that is reflected in each of the band's concept albums.[11]

Topics such as love at first sight, infatuation, abandonment, emptiness, heartbreak, loneliness, isolation, grief, depression, dysthymia, melancholia, nostalgia, narcissistic withdrawal and nihilism are often represented.[8][11][9][10] Julien accredits this to both his personal relationships and to the music and film industry environment he was brought up in.[116] One of Julien's uncles is Stephane Fania, who was a musician in the Montreal heavy metal and hard rock scene throughout the 1980s and 1990s.[117] Stephane Fania was a founding member of the heavy metal band Boize, associated with Aquarius Records.[28] He also owned a couple of live music concert venues, a recording studio and an art gallery.[118][119] Two of Julien's uncles, brothers Pierre and Francois Bourdon, were active in the Montreal film industry.[117] Pierre Bourdon had played in the cold wave band Innervoice in the 1980s and then in a folk duo called Pete & Al.[120][121] He was also a cameraman who worked on such films as The Paperboy, The Lifeforce Experiment.[122] Francois Bourdon is a cinematographer who worked on the cult film Subconscious Cruelty.[123][124]

Growing up connected to the film industry, Julien started watching classic films at an early age and has often said that Vision Éternel's music was more heavily influenced by the cinematic visuals of film noir (and neo-noir), expressionism and drama than by other musicians.[14] Portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh's distinctive style has also been credited for the visual presentation of Vision Éternel in photo shoots, as Julien is always dressed in a fedora hat and turned-up overcoat, usually depicted in contrasting shadows and light, and often in black and white.[14][125][126][127]

Discography[edit]

  • Seul Dans L'obsession (2007)
  • Un Automne En Solitude (2008)
  • An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes (2009)
  • Abondance De Périls (2010)
  • The Last Great Torch Song (2012)
  • Echoes From Forgotten Hearts (2015)
  • An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes (2018)

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  • Vision Éternel discography at Discogs


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