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Symphony X - Iconoclast flac album
  • Performer Symphony X
  • Title Iconoclast
  • Date of release 2011
  • Style Progressive Metal
  • Other formats DXD APE TTA AAC DMF MMF MP2
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1384 mb
  • Size FLAC 1601 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 804

Iconoclast (Symphony X album). Iconoclast is the eighth album by American progressive metal band Symphony X. It was released on June 17, 2011, in Europe, June 21, 2011, in the United States and on June 28, 2011, in Canada. When interviewed, vocalist Russell Allen said that the lyrical concept of the album is based on "The idea of machines taking over everything, and all this technology we put our society into pretty much being our demise

Band Name Symphony X. Album Name Iconoclast. Erscheinungsdatum 17 Juni 2011. Labels Nuclear Blast. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen201. 2. The End of Innocence.

Symphony X. Produced by Michael Romeo. Rise of the One, the Dark Iconoclast Forging a cult of fear, with legions unsurpassed Shouting the word, with vicious tongues of fire Born of illusion and deceit, fiendish soul of a liar The chaos unseen rips the midnight sky Infernal machines arise, flesh and steel collide. We are strong (we are strong) We will stand and fight (fight, fight, fight!)

For their self-titled debut album, see Symphony X (album). Symphony X. Symphony X performing at Hellfest, 2013. Background information. They achieved some commercial success with the 2007 album Paradise Lost and the 2011 album Iconoclast, which reached number 76 on the Billboard 200. Romeo explained the band's name in a 2008 interview; "So, you know, the music we were coming up with had the keyboard thing and the guitar, and some classical elements, so the word ‘Symphony’ came up and, so the dramatic thing, you know?

Iconoclast' - Symphony X (6/10). Beginning with their last album 'Paradise Lost', American prog metal legends Symphony X took a new direction with their music, abandoning some of their neoclassical and progressive roots in favour for a harder-edged metal sound. As with most stylistic changes a band can take, this divided the band's fanbase, and while I do find myself preferring the unique and complex sounds they had with 'The Divine Wings Of Tragedy', I was not entirely opposed to the new, darker sounds Symphony X was going for.

Tracklist of Iconoclast of Symphony X by Rockol. Altri album di Symphony X. Underworld. Without You. Iconoclast. Paradise Lost.


Iconoclast 10:51
The End Of Innocence 5:27
Dehumanized 6:47
Bastards Of The Machine 4:56
Heretic 6:24
Children Of A Faceless God 6:20
When All Is Lost 9:10
Electric Messiah 6:13
Prometheus (I Am Alive) 6:46
Light Up The Night 5:03
The Lords Of Chaos 6:09
Reign In Madness 8:37


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(12xFile, AAC, Album) Nuclear Blast none 2011
VICP-64959~60 Symphony X = シンフォニー・エックス* Symphony X = シンフォニー・エックス* - Iconoclast = アイコノクラスト ‎(2xCD, Album) Victor VICP-64959~60 Japan 2011
2M065 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xCD, Album, Dig) 2M Producciones 2M065 Argentina 2011
SR0655-2 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd) Oz Productions SR0655-2 Mexico 2011
NB 2462-0, 27361 24620 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2462-0, 27361 24620 Germany 2011
NB 2737-2, 2737-2 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2737-2, 2737-2 US 2011
NBR 0202 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xCD, Album, S/Edition) Nuclear Blast Records NBR 0202 Brazil 2011
NB 2462-1, 27361 24621 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Blu) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2462-1, 27361 24621 Germany 2011
NB 2462-1, 27361 24621 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Whi) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2462-1, 27361 24621 Germany 2011
NB 2462-1, 27361 24621 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Sil) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2462-1, 27361 24621 US 2011
SR0655-0 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(CD, Album) Scarecrow Records SR0655-0 Mexico 2011
NB 2462-2, 2462-2 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(CD, Album) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2462-2, 2462-2 US 2011
IROND CD 11-1790 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(CD, Album) Irond IROND CD 11-1790 Russia 2011
NB 2462-2, 27361 24622 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(CD, Album) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 2462-2, 27361 24622 Germany 2011
ICARUS 1248 Symphony X Iconoclast ‎(2xCD, Album, S/Edition) Icarus Music ICARUS 1248 Argentina 2014

Talk about Symphony X - Iconoclast

2007’s ‘Paradise Lost’ is, in my opinion, one of the heaviest albums of all time, and having developed their sound over the years from a neo-classical progressive metal act to an extremely heavy, almost power metal-sounding band, it seems Symphony X have settled on a style that suits them perfectly, as ‘Iconoclast’, the bands eighth studio album, released in 2011, follows on from its predecessor as a possible candidate for one of the heaviest albums you’ll ever hear. What makes Symphony X so heavy, you ask? While people measure heaviness in different ways, in my opinion, it’s the “weight” of the music. The production and the sound, and in this case, the massive and beefy-as-hell guitar riffs. ‘Iconoclast’ is like a ten-ton hammer crushing a thousand skulls at once, and incredibly, despite the sheer intensity and brutality, the album is full of wondrous and beautiful melodies too. Taking the energy of power metal and the songwriting arrangements of progressive metal, Symphony X’s music is very upbeat and ambitious. With complex orchestrations and masterful musicianship, these guys are at the top of their game, and on par with the genres finest musicians. In particular, guitarist Michael Romeo and vocalist Russell Allen have an absolute synergy rarely seen these days, with Allen’s incredibly versatile range being a perfect match for the guitar riffs. Released on two discs, or as a one-disc edition for people not willing to spend too much dollar (I wonder how many people actually bought that one), ‘Iconoclast’ is an incredible album with very few flaws. With absolute monstrous beasts such as ‘Electric Messiah’, ‘The End of Innocence’, ‘Bastards of the Machine’, ‘Dehumanized’, ‘Children of a Faceless God’ and ‘Reign in Madness’, this shows that, while Symphony X may not feel inclined to do many classically-inspired prog epics these days, they’ve refused to relent with age, instead, getting heavier and constantly finding ways to update their sound and remain relevant. ‘Iconoclast’ belongs in every metal fans collection. Simple.