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Symphony X


Progressive Metal

2.87 | 191 ratings

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2 stars This is the debut album them, and your worst work(along The Odissey). Russell Allen is not here yet, but this vocalist Rod Tyler is not that bad (but really is that Allen is Allen and no one will be equal to it).

In addition, the band are key elements here: the influences of classical music and mithology, the fast riffs Romeo, the energetic drums, keyboards annoying-yet everything is present here.There are references to the Queen, on the track The Raging Season.

But the real surprise for me this album is Masquerade. Not for what it is-it's just a good song, but because it came as a sort of "bonus" in my version of the album "Twilight in Olympus-needless to say that it is a pirated copy, of course.

2 stars

voliveira | 2/5 |


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