Twilight In Olympus
"Twilight In Olympus" followed Symphony X's "The Divine Wings Of Tradegy" in March 1998 and soon proved to be yet another milestone in the band's evolving career. It soon became the band's strongest selling release to date and reviews in the metal press were outstanding. The band's fourth album was also the final stepping stone to transferring their songs to the stage. Their live debut took place in Japan in front of ecstatic crowds before they traveled to Europe for a successful three week tour. "Twilight In Olympus" offers a great variety of styles, amazing guitar work from Michael Romeo, and some of the most thought-provoking lyrics the band has ever penned. As Progressiveworld.net states, "The band sports one of the best and most talented singers in metal today, and one of the finest, most underrated guitarists I've ever heard. Every Symphony X disc has something to offer, and how you judge which disc is "better" is what appeals most to you."
|06:09||Smoke And Mirrors||Vocal|
|08:57||Church Of The Machine||Vocal|
|04:00||In The Dragon's Den||Vocal|
|13:05||Through The Looking Glass||Vocal|
|06:56||Orion - The Hunter||Vocal|
|07:09||Lady Of The Snow||Vocal|
|Michael Romeo||Electric, Acoustic and Classical Guitars, Sitar, Mini-Harp, Backing Vocals, Production|
|Thomas Miller||Bass, Backing Vocals|
|Michael Pinnella||Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Knives, Chainsaw Juggling|
|Daniel Muro||Cover Art|
|Recorded at Trax East and The Symphony X Dungeon.
Mixed at Trax East Studios, South River, NJ.