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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by DoomsdayZach, Feb 15, 2006.
Orphaned Land ( The Warrior ) Off the amazing new album!!
Sieges Even - When Alpha & Omega Collide
As I'm typing this I've just started listening to it. I hope the death metal bits come soon.
NP: Orphaned Land - Sapari
Converge - Axe To Fall
Gonna spin the new Orphaned Land soon!
It was pretty good. The Path part 1 best song so far but I've only listened to it twice. It's a pretty diverse album, it will take some time to get to know it.
Orphaned Land - The Path part 1, Treading though darkness
Third listen now.
What a song.
NP: Fates Warning - Misfit
Agreed, A bit more diverse than Mabool. A little less growls but still very good.
Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone
"talk to me Goose, talk to me"
Dungen - Sluta Följa Efter
maudlin of the Well - Excerpt from 6000000000000 Miles before the first, or the Revisitation of the Blue Ghost
This album can be downloaded for free at http://www.maudlinofthewell.net/downloads.html
I recommend anyone into prog to check them out. The song I'm listening to now is fantastic. The rest less so, but still good stuff.
Ozric Tentacles ( Aramanu )
Opeth, The moor
Orphaned Land ( The Evil Urge )
Death - Evil Dead
Koyaanisqatsy ( Cosmic Space Drive ) One Of the greatest musical pieces written in the last 20 years.
Haven't heard it, will have to check it out.
NP: Jim Matheos - Astronomica
Jeff Buckley ( Lilac Wine )
Anyone here ever listen to Edgend? A bit too similar to Symphony X (the vocals are different though) but I like it. Their song Internal Fire is good.
Symphony X - Orion - The Hunter
I revisited some of SX's stuff and started thinking about the time signatures they use, and man, it gave me a newfound respect for a lot of what they wrote...they affect the song so much, but not in a way that ever seems mechanical - you notice it without noticing it. Best rhythm section in a rock band I think I've ever heard. Pull out all the tricks and then some without ever relying on being tricky.
Tom Waits - Top of the Hill