Man is that a disappointing comment to hear...and not exactly the brightest of PR comments in all honesty for both new and old fans alike. Pretty interesting that the only slowed down song of the set only made it in because we wanted to hear it. I'm personally excited to hear WAIL on Tuesday night in Charlotte and all of the other Iconoclast songs as well so I'm not hating on what they are playing. I decided to take a look at the polls and WAIL had 1428 votes. Let's see what some other songs had for a tally that are on the slower side: Accolade II - 1968 votes (37% more votes than WAIL) Awakenings - 1606 votes (12.5% more votes than WAIL) Paradise Lost - 1455 votes (2% more votes than WAIL) Communion and the Oracle - 1349 (5.5% less votes than WAIL) Kind of glad Paradise Lost didn't make it because it's been overplayed a wee bit. Any of the other three songs could have either replaced WAIL or replaced one other harder song to further help break up the set. The two songs that crushed WAIL in the voting aren't even all that old or anything and are likely much higher on the list of all time Symphony X songs than WAIL is.