Paradise Lost is the seventh studio album by progressive metal band Symphony X, released on June 26, 2007 through Inside Out Music. It is a concept album loosely inspired by John Milton's 1667 epic poem Paradise Lost. The album was the band's first to chart on the . Billboard 200, reaching No. 123 and remaining on that chart for a week, as well as reaching No. 1 on Billboard's Heatseekers and the top 100 in five other countries.
Paradise Lost - Студийный альбом от Symphony X. Вышел 22 июня 2007г. В альбом вошло 26 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:19:58. Paradise Lost - Christmas Metal Symphony 2008, ftr Russell Allen. SYMPHONY X - Set The World On Fire (OFFICIAL VIDEO). Symphony X - Paradise Lost VOCALS. Symphony X - The Sacrifice.
Symphony X's seventh studio album, 'Paradise Lost', is, simply put, heavy. The majestic sounds of their earlier releases are gone, and the more orchestral feel of their previous two albums have dwindled. Now, in their place, is an all-out assault of the heaviest, beefiest, and arguably some of the most aggressive music you'll ever hear. The song structures, while still maintaining progressive characteristics, are nowhere near as complex as past efforts, and the keyboards don't have as prominent a role in the songwriting.
Five years after the release of their critically acclaimed Odyssey, New Jersey prog metal quintet Symphony X have taken as their inspiration John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost as a follow-up. The poem, about the fall from grace of Adam and Eve and the rise of Satan's presence as prince of the world, seems like a fitting theme for a heavy metal album, but it's an ambitious one and for a lesser act, would prove to be impossibly daunting.
Paradise Lost Lyrics. In the cold misty morning Gleaming rays awake the dawn Here I stand - a stranger in this land Does your conscience betray you? Falling from grace - feel the Sun on my face Does desire still hold true?
Paradise Lost (2007) by Symphony X. Labels: InsideOut Music. Genres: Progressive Metal Members: Russell Allen, Michael Romeo, Mike LePond, Michael Pinnella, Jason Rullo.