Symphony X release new song
2011-04-23 by BludgeonySteve | 20 Comments
Progressive metal veterans Symphony X have released the first single from their upcoming album Iconoclast called The End Of Innocence. It can be found on the official Nuclear Blast Youtube channel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkfdgc5vP8U
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Mabbitt
April 24th 2011
1368 Comments


I can't find anything wrong with it, i just found myself not enjoying that (and i've enjoyed symphony x in the past)

Acanthus
April 24th 2011
9543 Comments


Ah the intro reminded me of the first time I listened to this band, the nostalgia. That being said I want to hear this in context with the rest of the album before I pass judgement, they are not a band for singles imo.

Digging: Falls of Rauros - The Light That Dwells in Rotten Wood

dante1991
April 24th 2011
544 Comments


Pretty cool song. 4/5 from me i think. No surprises here though.

bloc
April 24th 2011
34872 Comments


Pretty much sounds like a Paradise Lost song which I guess is a good thing.

FearThyEvil
April 24th 2011
12558 Comments


Will without a doubt check it out later.

sleepyhead
April 24th 2011
593 Comments


pretty much what i expected. nothing groundbreaking but still 10 times better than the crap DT are writing

Josh D.
April 24th 2011
13968 Comments


Not bad.

FishPhoenix
April 24th 2011
93 Comments


Sounds like its from Paradise Lost, good!

taroo
April 24th 2011
2126 Comments


Pretty good song

Itwasthatwas
April 24th 2011
770 Comments


sounds like a bside from paradise lost
gotta wait and hear the whole record before I decide what I think

TheHamburgerman
April 24th 2011
1293 Comments


I think we can just forget the Progmetal label and just call them Power metal from now on... Decent song though.

tiesthatbind
April 24th 2011
7374 Comments


Sounds like the album's gonna be Paradise Lost 2 and I have no problem with that.

Digging: xSPONGEXCOREx - How Tough Are Yah?

Scoot
April 24th 2011
17771 Comments


Iconoclast is such a gay name, so many bands have already used it.

Yazz_Flute
April 24th 2011
18787 Comments


It sounded like Symphony X alright. Good song.

Their nomenclature has become very cliche though. Fuck.

Digging: Finch (US) - Say Hello to Sunshine

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2011
1997 Comments


sounds like a bside from paradise lost


My thoughts exactly. It sounds like it's missing something that Paradise Lost had. Hope the rest of the album is better.

lak89
April 25th 2011
183 Comments


Pretty good song in my opinion, but it sounds a little 'stock' Symphony X, it sounds like something
from Paradise Lost, I'm sure the rest of the album will kickass, this and new DT are but a few of my
most anticipated this year.

AdenZerda
April 25th 2011
118 Comments


I don't know why I even bother listening to singles from these guys. I always love their albums to death, but I get such mediocre vibes from listening to their singles alone.

But at least Russel is still a badass

pizzamachine
April 30th 2011
12571 Comments


Very nice song.

Arucard
May 1st 2011
575 Comments


Damn Russel, why so good.

Altmer
May 1st 2011
5652 Comments


Sounds like Symphony X. Band is sticking to their guns.



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