Symphony X - Symphony X / The Divine Wings Of Tragedy download album
Symphony X's upward spiral continues as their third album, 'The Divine Wings of Tragedy', builds upon every improvement made over their previous two albums, to make this one of their finest and most ambitious releases to date. The music and sound is pretty much similar to its predecessor, yet, everything just seems more accomplished.
Symphony X's upward spiral continues as their third album, 'The Divine Wings of Tragedy', builds upon every improvement made over their previous two albums, to make this one of their finest and most ambitious releases to date.
The album's title track contains excerpts from Johann Sebastian Bach's Mass in B Minor (1749) and Gustav Holst's The Planets (1914–16).
Feel my wings slowly fading (ooh) Forever lost in time (ooh) I cry (ooh). Our worlds collide Now in disguise you'll feel the Wrath Divine Tears of woe fall from the sky. The prophet cries Vast battalions rage on in the sky Rising from the north – the bringer of war Eve of destruction Summon all who have power over fire Impending doom from shore to shore. Standing on the edge of paradise I sacrifice my truth and loyalty Seven deadly sins consume you all, a dance with death I taste the victory.
Produced by Steve Evetts and Eric Rachel in 1997, the incredible 5-piece progressive power symphonic band released The Divine Wings of Tragedy. This album was at last their first album that showed the true capabilities of the amazing New Jersey band. Symphony X is: Michael Romeo - Guitars. Michael Pinnella - Keyboards. Russell Allen - Vocals. Thomas Miller - Bass.
Listen free to Symphony X – The Divine Wings Of Tragedy (Of Sins And Shadows, Sea Of Lies and more). The Divine Wings of Tragedy is the third studio album by Symphony X, released in 1997. It features nine tracks, ranging in genre from almost 'sympho-thrash' ("Of Sins and Shadows") to epic, progressive pieces ("The Accolade", "The Divine Wings of Tragedy"). The title track, "The Divine Wings of Tragedy", contains excerpts from Johann Sebastian Bach's Mass in B Minor and The Planets by Gustav Holst
Symphony X started writing songs that serve as ballads for their albums, but double as mini epics and they have included one in each album since Damnation Game. What I find so enjoyable about these songs is that as far as the ballad part goes, they're slow, but not boring and they have a fairly upbeat feel to them. Now for the the main course "The Divine Wings of Tragedy" Symphony X's first attempt at a 20 minute epic. I would also consider this their first notable true epic (the one from their debut album sucked), this song has everything you could want from a progressive metal 20 minute epic, fantastic melodies, changing moods and amazing, technical soloing.
|1-1||Into The Dementia||1:01|
|1-2||The Raging Seasons|
|1-5||Absinthe And Rue|
|1-6||Shades Of Gray|
|1-7||Tainting The Notorious|
|1-8||Rapture Or Pain|
|1-9||Thorns Of Sorrow|
|1-10||A Lesson Before Dying|
|2-1||Of Sins Of Shadows|
|2-2||Sea Of Lies|
|2-3||Out Of The Ashes|
|2-6||The Eyes Of Medusa|
|2-7||The Witching Hour|
|2-8||The Divine Winds Of Tragedy|
Notes2001 Argentinian double-album release of Symphony X and The Divine Wings of Tragedy
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