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Iconoclast Extra tracks, Deluxe Edition

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Deluxe two CD edtion includes bonus CD containing five additional tracks. 2011 release, the eighth studio album from the Progressive Metal band. On Iconoclast, Symphony X deliver their most intense and thought-provoking album yet. Guitarist Michael Romeo is the mastermind behind five strong individual musicians who have been working together in a constant collaboration for years. Russell Allen is doubtlessly one of the most charismatic vocalists in the scene, helping Symphony X obtain the unparalleled position to command the utmost respect whilst maintaining their mystique. Truly one of the most innovative bands on the planet, Iconoclast is the result of years of hard work, dedicated craftsmanship and an innate sense of melody and hooks
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 15, 2012)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Original Release Date: May 15, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Nuclear Blast America
  • ASIN: B004WPYNY8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,970 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Symphony X are the kings of melodic metal and Iconoclast is their amazing new album that will rival anything released this year by anyone. Lead by the amazing guitar talents of Michael Romeo and the aggressive vocal style of Russell Allen, this group has become the shining light of this style of music. There's too many highlights to mention in an album of this quality with amazing performances and superb production held together by a lyrical theme that only Symphony X can create. The guitar riffs and solos are just mind blowing - so technical yet so catchy! Iconoclast is highly recommended to all Symphony X fans and to anyone that loves heavy progressive music including bands such as Dream Theater and Pagan's Mind. This is definitely going to be hard to beat for album of the year but I'm looking forward to what Dream Theater muster up. Iconoclast is stunning!
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Symphony X has continued to put out strong albums since 'Damnation Game'. While 'Divine Wings of Tragedy' and 'V' have been generally favored by fans, a brief look at reviews will show a strong favorable support to every album.

Their latest, 'Iconoclast' will disappoint any fans who wish to hear 'Through the Looking Glass' or 'Rediscovery'. This new album stands by a strong formula of heavy metal which offers very few unexpected song progression twists. For that reason i will not say for certain that it is their best.

It is however, a Masterpiece. Symphony X has chosen to significantly slow down their usual tempo in favor of a much more impressive grind. This shift manages to make every song on the album more head bang worthy than most of anything Symphony X has done before. It also brings out the very best of Romeo's melodic ability. For those who need a fix of song styles not found here, you may always listen to an earlier album. I'm sure those songs will also continue to be played live for years to come.

'Iconoclast' is an essential recording.
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Symphony X is back with Iconoclast. Another masterpiece worth the wait. This album is a continuation of the "Paradise Lost" sound. If you liked the previous album you should like this one. Album kicks off with the title track that is epic from the beginning. The musicianship is incredible on every level. The first song (Iconoclast) is 10 minutes long. This band is so good it flew by for me. Not boring for one second. MUST PAY ATTENTION. The tradeoffs between the keyboard soloing and the guitar soloing is fantastic. At times the music runs into speed metal. This album is all over the place with tempo. Well done Symphony X. Soloing is as we all know worth listening to. Romeo is a genius, there I said it. Well he is. This band is in their own world. Exciting riffing with flash transitions. Russell Allen's voice is top notch on this album. A pure singer. His power brings this album alive and compliments the music. His voice soars in waves of emotions. Choruses are great. Some of them are like three words long. They made it work though. I love bands that take their sound and keep coming out with quality albums with no rushing material. Every track sounds like they took their time to hash it out. Favorite songs are Iconoclast, End of Innocence, Children of a Faceless God, When All is Lost, The lord of chaos, and Reign In Madness which is mind blowing. This album is a keeper for us all. Did not disappoint me at all. A gift to metal heads out there.
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Though I came into the Symphony X fold rather late in the game, they have quickly become one of my absolute favorites in the ever diversifying metal genre. Because Paradise Lost was my introductory album (and still my favorite), I do have a slightly greater affinity for the less symphonic Symphony X of recent years. But it must be said that I do count The Divine Wings of Tragedy and The Odyssey as my other top X picks. But regardless of the direction that the band is taking, the juggernaut that is Allen/Romeo is as unstoppable as ever. Not that the rest of the band is relegated to obscurity, as they are all at the top of their game for this album. Symphony X has always been about the group as a whole, and the musicianship these guys portray is nothing less than stellar.

As for the LP itself, never let it be said that Symphony X can't think big. This Deluxe Edition album is simply SPRAWLING...12 tracks spread across 2 discs (nearly an hour and a half of music!), with precise production values and a man vs. machine concept that connects the narrative. Not surprisingly, one of the greatest strengths of Iconoclast is the mixing/production. Everything is crystal clear; from the toms & cymbals to the solos and even the bass guitar, which is frequently subdued or lost entirely on other band's records. Nothing is "lost in the mix" here, and the album is that much stronger for it. Also, the progressive elements, somewhat underplayed on the last album, have made a grand return here, with many of the songs having significant shifts in time and tone. As for the lyrics, where Paradise Lost focused loosely on biblical themes, Iconoclast rarely strays from the central story of the conflict between man and machine.
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