06:05 - no one wonder if the majority of all different kind of satanists are metalheads
04:02 - Apothecary @Jaeryd, you're referring to LaVeyan Satanism, which is essentially Nietzsche/Ayn Rand type philosophy plus some Crowley - influenced ritual magick. Most theistic Satanists do not consider it as "real" Satanism
03:30 - no one because calling yourself a satanist sounds more kvlt
03:23 - Kuroboshi If you're not into the whole anti-christianity thing, it seems kind of stupid to call it satanism. Why not just say liberal atheism?
03:14 - Jaeryd Most Satanists I know are either moderately liberal or at least libertarian in nature.
02:59 - Jaeryd Some forms of Satanism aren't what I'd call stupid. They're basically just atheism with an added philosophical system that uses the rebellion of Satan as a metaphor.
New Jersey progressive metal masters Symphony X are returning to Europe in support of their new album, Underworld. They will embark on a European headlining tour of 28 shows in early 2016, in February and March. Good news for fans of the band in the U.K., The Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Czech Republic, Denmark, Poland and more. Check out the tour dates below to see if you can catch the band live.
Symphony X have another new song for you today! The New Jersey proggers released a digital single today called "Without You". The track will appear on their upcoming album, Underworld (out on July 24th via Nuclear Blast Records), and is also the second one you get to hear from the release so far. The band shows off their more melodic side on this one. Give it a spin below!
Shortly after they announced their new album, Symphony X have already shared new music! Today you can satisfy your curiosity about the band's new material by listening to "Nevermore", precisely the opening track of the album. Check it out below via the lyric video. It's a 6-minute hard-hitting song with the typical Symphony X elements from the latest records. What do you think of the tune?
After four years, Symphony X finally reveal all about their new album. Today is the day! The New Jersey progressive metal masters are set to release their brand new, ninth studio album called Underworld on July 24th via Nuclear Blast Records. This is not a concept album but it is inspired by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri and will feature 11 new songs. Feast your eyes on the cover and more important details right here.
After the recordings began for Symphony X's next musical offering last year, the good news now is that the album is completed! Hopefully, soon we will be able to get our hands on the new progressive metal creation from the group now that the mixing and mastering are done. The process was handled by Jens Bogren, who worked with the band on their last two albums, Paradise Lost and Iconoclast.
American progressive/power metal veterans Symphony X enter the studio this week to begin recording the follow-up to 2011's Iconoclast for an early 2015 release. In a recent interview with United Rock Nations, bassist Michael LePond confirms that they will start with the drums, and with all the recording and then the promotion, they hope to have a new album out for the spring.
The progressive metal masters Symphony X have just updated on their upcoming new studio album via their official website. Previously, the band said that they were writing new material. Now, Symphony X will begin tracking drums next month with the songs practically finished.
We haven't had many updates on Symphony X's new album. Their last album Iconoclast was already released back in 2011 and fans are probably curious about the next one. Recently, guitar virtuoso Michael Romeo thanked the fans who supported him in the Zimmer competition and for his birthday messages. He also added that he has been writing new material for the next Symphony X, "things are starting to come together as far as that goes. And so the cycle that is the creation of a new Symphony X CD starts anew."
Worrying news came from the Symphony X camp today. It was announced that last week, drummer Jason Rullo was admitted to the hospital for heart failure. Jason spent a week in the hospital, and was released last week. The good news is that he has started a rehab program, and has been told that his recovery will take a minimum of 3-6 months under doctors' care. The band hopes the drummer can be back soon.
New Jersey's progressive metal juggernauts Symphony X will be returning to North America for a co-headlining tour with heavy metal stalwarts Iced Earth. Opening each night will be L.A. thrashers Warbringer.
The 32-show trek will launch in Hartford, Connecticut on January 31st, weave through the Great White North, then blow out the lights in Clifton Park, New York on March 11th.
Symphony X would like to announce the first dates of the upcoming European Tour in support of Iconoclast, which has been released two weeks ago world wide. The first dates are listed below. More dates will follow.
"The End Of Innocence", a brand new song from US metallers Symphony X, is available for streaming on the band's Facebook page.
"The End Of Innocence" comes off the band's forthcoming album, Iconoclast, which will be released in Europe on June 17 and in North America on June 21 via Nuclear Blast Records. More details about Iconoclast were previously reported over here.
Iconoclast, the new album from US progressive metal band Symphony X, will be released on June 17th in Europe and June 21th in North America through Nuclear Blast Records.
The cover artwork was created by illustrator and film concept artist Warren Flanagan (Watchmen, The Incredible Hulk, 2012). He stated: "The idea was to create imagery that was a little darker in tone to previous Symphony X albums and to represent the overall theme of Iconoclast into the artwork. The whole concept came from Mike Romeo, who had a strong idea of what the cover should represent based off the music. I just ran with it. When the album's title was decided on, I focused the image based on the meaning of it. I also wanted to use the band's signature 'masks' but present them in a way that connected to the new album."
Haven't heard from former Avenged Sevenfold drummer Mike Portnoy in at least three weeks... time for an update!
In a Twitter message a few hours ago, Portnoy reveals he is currently working on a new project with Symphony X frontman Russell Allen (also known from Allen/Lande and Star One).
In Portnoy's own words: "VERY excited about a new project I'm working on one my singers in the world: my bro, Sir Russell Allen. Wait till you hear this shit!"
The debut album of his other project - featuring Steve Morse (Deep Purple, ex-Kansas), Neal Morse (Transatlantic, Spock's Beard), Dave LaRue (Dixie Dregs) and Casey McPherson (Alpha Rev, Endochine) - is tentatively due later in the year.
As you might have heard, cult progressive metal band Psychotic Waltz recently reunited. But now the band issued the news on their Facebook Page that also original guitarist Dan Rock has re-joined the fold, meaning Psychotic Waltz are back in their original setting.
Said the band: "Original guitar player Dan Rock returns. The circle is now complete. Huge thanks to Steve Cox for helping us get this thing back off the ground. We really appreciate everything you have done over the last year. Thank you Brother. We wouldn't be where we are now without your help."
Vocalist Devon Graves (also in Deadsoul Tribe) released the following statement in mid-September: "I am blown away by the response over Psychotic Waltz. I am really looking forward! In the meantime, please don't overlook my other band, The Shadow Theory. We have a new album out this November (October for the US) 2010. This album could be the highpoint of my career (so far). My intention is to be in both bands for the... future. Enjoy The Shadow Theory while Psychotic Waltz writes the new album. You have time."