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Symphony X


Progressive Metal

3.95 | 526 ratings

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5 stars Best Sympony X's Work by far Very creative sound, every track is perfect.

Inferno (Unleash the Fire): very powerful and agressive, Lepond does an amazing job with the bass, Russel Allen sings with a furious and mighty voice, 100% a rebel song

Wicked: Dark lyrics, angry sound, a great heavy song, drums working at perfection and Romeo always playing as a guitar god.

Incantantions Of The Apprentice: An epic beginning, a lot of jazz sound in the drums, powerful guitar riffs. Good song

Accolade II: Better than the 1st part, Pinella shows a great melancholic riythmic piano, a lot of variations, one of the best prog songs.

King Of Terrors : Isnpired by Edgar Allan Poe, very dark and heavy, anguish and fear in every second.

The Turning : Fast song, but not much complex

Awakenings: Great mixtures of tempo. Jazz, baroque, metal, rock, all fixed with geniality.One of the best prog songs ever.

The Odyssey: A masterpiece, Odysseus tryng to return to Ithaca. Very epic, great acoustic moments, symphonic passages, great solos, just one of the most inspired Romeo's composition's.


Kurpij | 5/5 |


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