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Symphony X

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 of Tragedy. In addition to the critical praise, this disc became the group's biggest commercial success to date. Before recording their next album, Rullo left the band. He was replaced by Thomas Walling. With this lineup, the group released Twilight in Olympus, which garnered both greater critical kudos and greater sales. In a unique turn of events, however, the band faced a new lineup change. Newcomer Walling and bassman Thomas Miller both decided that they were not up to touring for the album. The recently departed Rullo rethought his exodus and came back into the Symphony X fold. Andy DeLuca was brought in on bass for the duration of the tour. After the tour was over, the group found a permanent replacement in Mike LePond. This formation of the group released their fifth album in 2000 -- V: The New Mythology Suite. The following year, Symphony X released their first live album, Live on the Edge of Forever, which captured performances from their 2000 European tour. In 2002, the band continued to mine mythology with their sixth studio album, The Odyssey, which was based on Homer's epic of the same name. They band a bit of a break while its members released solo albums, but came together again in 2007 with the released of Paradise Lost, a concept album based on Milton's tale. Taking a break from mining the past, the band looked to the future for the theme of their next album. The result was 2011's Iconoclast, which featured a darker tone and a cautionary story about machines taking over the world. After a global tour, the band took an extended break. They began working on new material in 2014. Their ninth studio offering, Underworld, was announced in May of 2015. Though not conceptual, it was loosely inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy, particularly its first section, The Inferno. The album was released at the end of July. ~ Gary Hill
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Iconoclast

Disc 1

1. Iconoclast

2. The End Of Innocence

3. Dehumanized

4. B**tards Of The Machine

5. Heretic

6. Children Of A Faceless God

7. When All Is Lost

Disc 2

1. Electric Messiah

2. Prometheus (I Am Alive)

3. Light Up The Night

4. The Lords Of Chaos

5. Reign In Madness

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Track List: Paradise Lost

1. Oculus Ex Inferni

2. Set The World On Fire

3. Domination

4. Serpent's Kiss

5. Paradise Lost

6. Eve Of Seduction

7. The Walls Of Babylon

8. Seven

9. The Sacrifice

10. Revelation (Divus Pennae Ex Tragoedia)

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Track List: The Odyssey

1. Inferno (Unleash The Fire)

2. Wicked

3. Incantations Of The Apprentice

4. Accolade II

5. King Of Terrors

6. The Turning

7. Awakenings

8. The Odyssey

9. Masquerade (Bonus Track)

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Track List: V

1. Prelude

2. Evolution (The Grand Design)

3. Fallen

4. Transcendence (Segue)

5. Communion And The Oracle

6. The Bird-Serpent War / Cataclysm

7. On The Breath Of Poseidon (Segue)

8. Egypt

9. The Death Of Balance / Lacrymosa

10. Absence Of Light

11. A Fool's Paradise

12. Rediscovery (Segue)

13. Rediscovery (Part II) - The New Mythology

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I would simply love it if Symphony X reverted to their early production.
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TOOL. ALICE IN CHAINS. PINK FLOYD. AND SYMPHONY X!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Such a good album.
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Come to Niagara falls!!!!!!
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loubro2006
Nevermore
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Michael ROMEOOOOOO
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Fantastic!
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Keepin' it real guys!
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Symphony X is nothing short of incredible.. .
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Re: rheath80 Hope so - but they often wait a while - Pandora doesn't seem to be interested in the latest music, but they do have a lot - I would rather have more music than the new stuff
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rheath80
New album Underworld should be out, is Pandora gonna pick it up?
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Keep it coming!
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Can't wait to hear some of Iconoclast.
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Evolution (The Grand Design) - worth the price of admission.
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If you like this, let me recommend Iced Earth, Blind Guardian, Circus Maximus, and Edguy...and many others, but these 4 are at the top of this discipline.
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Been a fan of this band for 13 years when I got The Odyssey as a new release. Still one of my favorites ever.
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I haven't heard anything from this album until now, and my ears are loving this! SX never disappoints. I still play Odyssey on a regular basis. Love these guys.
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My 7yr old son tells me that he likes Symphony X too; like father, like son.
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My 7yr old son tells me that he likes Symphony X too; like father, like son.
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The world needs more bands like Symphony X.
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All proog metal is killer love this stuff.
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Love this band!
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mago_de_oz8
So cool
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All of the good prog comes from the right coast! Symphony X, DT, Shadow Gallery and Kamelot!
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->Anathemati z a t i o n
No, Oculus means a round opening or a doorway and Inferni means Hell. So Oculus Ex Inferni means, roughly, a doorway out of Hell or a doorway from Hell.
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Metal in my blood! Thank you SX for coming back to San Diego 'HOB' great show!
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I would consider switching teams for Russell Allen.
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Best power metal band in the U.S. :)
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One of the best metal bands from here in the U.S..
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mrbenedict24
i love the combination of symphony and guitar, like S&M, Symphony X, Epica, and a lot of others
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Music is good the singer not so much.
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This is the first time of me hearing this group there pretty good. Them jersey boys know how to rock the house.
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I saw SX a whlle back at HOB San Diego...outs t a n d i n g show! Kick a** drummer...th a n k you SX for coming back to SD!
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Love!!
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stevebshelto n 6 6
Saw them open for blind guardian in Chicago at the metro about 8 years ago need I say more
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The most rock & metal stations on Pandora Radio!
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this is awesome there from mew jersey XD lol
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i believe oculus ex inferni mean "eye out of the flames" or something like that
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Epic.
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choose_freew i l l
*smile* So glad I discovered them on Gigantour; Allen is one of my favorite vocalists
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thank god for Michael romeo. damn.
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They have been both. They started out as neoclassical , then became more symphonic around the time Lepond joined. Nowadays, they mostly play straight-up progressive metal.
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So what is symphony X? Are they prog metal or symphonic metal?
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it docent get any better than this
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this is really good
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I agree
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Hey !!! Why argue which is best ? Dream Theater is superb !!! Symphony X is superb !!! There is certainly room in my collection for both of these astounding collections of talent.
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nightranger, you mentioned Adrenaline Mob.... I saw them in Richmond,Va 2 weeks ago. got pics and signatures.. . . They kicked total (__!__) !! the band consisted of Russell Allen (symphony X) John moyer(distur b e d ) Mike Portnoy (dream Theater) and Mike Orlando(solo , but tours with portnoy) very nice guys!!! definitely something to listen to!!
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i saw symphony X in dallas tx at a place called trees in 2012. i was 11. im alomst 12. i can shred alot of DT and symphony x on guitar. these guys r f**king legendary
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undercacopho n y h i l l
changes like Dream Theater - best thing going for em
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