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Symphony X
CD Reviews
The Odyssey
Review by Mike Korn
Here is a band that has finally gotten progressive metal right. They've reached that elusive point where muscle and melody intertwine, without one overwhelming the other.
Concert Reviews
Symphony X - Live in Chicago, 2002
Review by Arnold Hablewitz
Symphony X have just put out quite possibly the finest true metal release of the year, or maybe even the ensuing decade, and now they took to their first proper U.S. tour in support of the release. In my opinion, although Blind Guardian's set was rather awesome, Symphony X owned this night.
Symphony X
Interview by Arnold Hablewitz
Interview Symphony X' Michael Lepond From 2003

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