Iconoclast [CD]【Japan Edition w/ OBI】


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Symphony X / Iconoclast
【Japan Edition】CD w/ Obi

・W/ exclusive Japanese OBI Strip
・Include exclusive booklet with Japanese liner notes and Translation

Release Date: April 28th 2023

01. Iconoclast
02. The End Of Innocence
03. Dehumanized
04. Bastards Of The Machine
05. Heretic
06. Children Of A Faceless God
07. Electric Messiah
08. Prometheus (I Am Alive)
09. When All Is Lost

Symphony X
Russell Allen (Vocals)
Michael Romeo (Guitar)
Michael Pinnella (Keyboards)
Michael Lepond (Bass)
Jason Rullo (Drums)

Finally the long wait is over: U.S. progressive / symphonic metal kings SYMPHONY X strike back!

After the release of Michael Romeo's demo tape, The Dark Chapter, Symphony X was formed in April 1994. Besides Romeo, the original lineup included keyboardist Michael Pinnella and drummer Jason Rullo. The same year saw the band recording their self-titled debut. This was followed eight short months later by their tremendously received second album, The Damnation Game, which featured the new singer, Russell Allen, for the first time. They made a huge leap up the ladder in Autumn 1996 with the release of The Divine Wings Of Tragedy, which was especially well received in Europe, and which received high placing in the Readers' Polls of Europe's most important music magazines.

The guitarist of SYMPHONY X describes »ICONOCLAST« (2011) as follows: »Iconoclast« delivers a summary of our work until now and a musical statement of SYMPHONY X in the second decade of the new century.″The album is fulfilled with hymns and classical songs, hard and furious leads, sensitive vocals and multi-faceted tracks. Heavy Metal combined with Classic Rock and Progressive Rock makes this album of SYMPHONY X a milestone that will never disappoint!

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