So here I thought to write mini reviews for each album SymX released up to this point. They're mini, which means it won't be very detailed. Just really brief. Everyone else's welcome to write their own too. Symphony X Was an interesting album. Some tunes are nice, some are boring, but I really liked A lesson before dying, Shades of Gray, Taunting the notorious, Rapture or pain. The rest was less interesting but still good. Singer Rod Tyler on this album left the band and literally disappeared after this album. Still actively looking around the Internet for news about him but no luck. The man must have either died or found something more profitable to do with his life. The Damnation Game An improvement over the first one. Russell arrives. I liked Dressed to Kill and The Edge of forever, and also the intro to A winter's dream, but the rest of the tunes fail to excite me very much. Not my favourite SymX album but there are some good tunes on here that are worth listening to this album for. The Divine Wings Of Tragedy Oh, wow. Just an amazing album. Production really shines, most of the tunes are quite nice and memorable and the 20+ minute title tune is like a gift from heaven I think. Most likely my favourite SymX album ever. Twilight in Olympus Some good tunes but others feel like fillers really. Personallly favourite tunes on this one include Lady of the snow, through the looking glass, Church of the machine to name a few. The rest however are pretty bad I think. Good album but is very inconsistent and random. The New Mythology Suite Some good tunes but album feels a little bit too random I think. Communion and the oracle is one tune that I think really shines out of all the tunes on the album. Egypt is also nice. The whole album feels like one long song. The final 12 minute or so tune is quite nice, kind of reminds of A lesson before dying but with more interesting composition. Good album overall, but not their best in my opinion. The Odyssey An album which I failed to listen to vey much unfortunately. From the few times I did listen to it, I liked the sequel to The Accolade and the first Inferno tune opener. Didn't really like the rest of the tunes but the 22+ title tune was good. Worse than the one on The Divine wings of tragedy though. Overall a decent album but really lacks memorable tunes on there. Paradise Lost Really good album. Entire album has clear, loud production which is good for hearing every instrument played. Really liked nearly every single tune on that album, especially Walls of Babylon and Serpent's kiss. Catchy, memorable and fun tunes on this one. Amazing vocal performance on this one from Russell. Iconoclast Pretty much like Paradise lost but even better. Production is clear and loud here once again. Russell's vocals are so clear that you feel like he is literally singing live right in your house. Loved all the tunes but especially Electric messaiah, Pomethus(I am alive), Bastards of the machine, and title tune. Wished the title tune would have been longer but the album length' itself makes up for it. Hope you liked reading mine, share yours sometime if you feel like it.