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There are two bands with this title, a well-known metal band from the East Coast of the US and an obscure (and now defunct) rock band from the Midwestern US.

1. Symphony X is an American progressive/power metal band from New Jersey founded in 1994 by guitarist Michael Romeo.

Their 1997 album The Divine Wings of Tragedy and their 2000 release V: The New Mythology Suite have gained the band considerable attention…

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  • In my mind, I am tickled pink that Underworld is as good as it is. After the uneven Iconoclast, it feels like SX have gone back to basics; Underworld is a much more natural follow-up to Paradise Lost. Since The Odyssey, they have been gradually sculpting their neo-classical prog sound to fit within the boundaries of contemporary, hard-edged, American metal and this has proved to be a success with Underworld. I don't know what the future holds, and I doubt we'll ever get anything a la V: The New Mythology Suite, but I trust they will continue to morph and grow as a band.
  • A french review here : www.heavylaw.com/albums/115117/underworld-2/ 6/10
  • Yes. Solid new album, but better than Paradise Lost - which IMO is a modern classic - hell no.
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  • "Legend" is truly awesome.
  • only time (and new generations) makes an album "classic"
  • New album doesn't blow me away, but it's solid... I don't think we'll ever get a classic Symphony X album again, but at least we're getting solid albums... Still I yearn for another Odyssey, Divine Wings, Twilight :(
  • Really? Underworld, better than Paradise Lost? I think it's one of their weakest albums ever, personally. Yet it's still great, which should be some indication of how high Symphony X have set the bar.
  • Underworld blows last two albums out of the water. Very surprised.
  • pretty good album

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