Symphony X - The Damnation Game


7.8 | 308 votes |
Release date: 1995
Style: Progressive metal, Symphonic power metal

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01. The Damnation Game
02. Dressed To Kill
03. The Edge Of Forever
04. Savage Curtain
05. Whispers
06. The Haunting
07. Secrets
08. A Winter's Dream - Prelude
09. A Winter's Dream - The Ascension
10. Enhanced Element (features Screensaver and Band Interview Part II) [special edition bonus]

Line-up
Russell Allen - vocals
Michael Pinnella - keyboards
Michael James Romeo - guitars
Jason Rullo - drums
Thomas Miller - bass

Additional info
Special edition released in 2004.

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor
Rating:
8.2
This album is the salvation for Symphony X music! After the ugly eponymous album Symphony X, the guys from New Jersey created a good album that would define their musical style for many years. From the first song to the last, The Damnation Game sounds really interesting. With a new singer, Russell Allen, and on the basis of their first album, Symphony X manages to produce something different on the musical scene.

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published 22.09.2003 | Comments (8)

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29.07.2015 - 02:35
Rating: 9
aabeba
I miss it when Allen's voice was soulful and brooding, like in The Edge of Forever and A Winter's Dream. I haven't heard that quality since Lady of the Snow. This album is a nice mix of such tracks and heavy hitters like Dressed to Kill and The Damnation Game. Very solid.
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22.06.2016 - 22:19
Rating: 9
CakeTrolley
I miss those days when Symphony X actually had beautiful melodies and a lot of emotions in the songwriting. "The Edge of Forever" and "A Winter's Dream" are two of their best tracks and the rest is also fine stuff.
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