SYMPHONY X 'Working Hard' On New Album
Michael Romeo, guitarist and songwriter for North America's progressive metal gods SYMPHONY X, comments on the band's recent signing with Nuclear Blast Records and the arrival of the follow-up album to 2007's "Paradise Lost":
"We are really excited to be a part of the Nuclear Blast family, a great label with a cool roster of bands, which we are proud to be a part of. As of now, we are working hard on the new CD and are looking to finish it up late winter 2009 / spring 2010. We can't wait to hit the road and play some of the new cool stuff for everyone and especially all our loyal fans. We look forward to a long relationship with all the great people who work at the label all over the world."
On November 4, 2008, InsideOut Music released a special 5.1 edition of SYMPHONY X's critically acclaimed album "Paradise Lost". The double-disc package includes a DVD 5.1 mix by Jens Bogren of the entire album as well as two enhanced HD videos for "Set the World on Fire" and "Serpent's Kiss".
A gydget for the release can be found below.
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