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Hard to believe, but it's better again...

I gave Paradise Lost four stars, but then realised that it was my most listened to album, so by default it had to be five stars. This album is better. It's been a frustratingly long wait for it, but it delivers on all fronts. It's heavy, melodic, and has a real power groove that engages you. It has genuinely some of the most catchy riffs i've ever heard. Five stars!


Wow. This album is amazing. From the long title track to "Reign in Madness", Symphony X shows us their absolutely breathtaking skills.


Terrific album by a terrific band. First album I have listened too by them and I want more!! But iTunes dosent have the ones albums I want!! Please do something about this. I want the paradise lost album


Formed: 1994 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Michael Romeo formed Symphony X in New Jersey in 1994. The original lineup of the group included Thomas Miller (bass guitar), Rod Tyler (vocals), Jason Rullo (drums), and Michael Pinnella (keyboards). They released their self-titled debut later that same year. The next year they put out the follow-up The Damnation Game. 1995 also saw Tyler leave the group, his replacement coming in the personage of Russell Allen. Their next release came out in 1997. It was the critically acclaimed The Divine Wings...
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Iconoclast, Symphony X
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  • $18.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 17 June 2011

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