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Artist: Sons of Apollo

Title: Psychotic Symphony

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Category: Prog Rock / Melodic Metal

Year: 2017

Label: Sony Music / Inside Out

Catalog Number: 88985474462

Personnel

Jeff Scott Soto vocals
Ron Bumblefoot Thal guitars
Billy Sheehan bass
Derek Sherinian keyboards
Mike Portnoy drums

Tracks

1.  God of the Sun  
2.  Coming Home  
3.  Signs of the Time  
4.  Labyrinth  
5.  Alive  
6.  Lost in Oblivion  
7.  Figaros Whore  
8.  Divine Addiction  
9.  Opus Maximus  

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From: nobycane74 Date: October 31, 2017 at 18:59
Another "super-band" collaboration set forward here in this release that features many recognizable names; Soto, Thal, Sheehan, Sherinian & Portnoy. Mixed bag of Dream Theater-esque related Prog-Metal-Rock fused music here. Interesting release, has a lot of great moments to them, a little odd to hear Sheehan play this type of music...but with Sheehan and Portnoy being 2/3 of Winery Dogs in this band there is a chemistry already between the two that identifies their abilities which plays off one another well with Sherinian complimenting in the keyboard/Synth department. This album suites JSS voice/style a lot more than his previous band outings "SOTO" (which I was personally not keen on). If you can get passed the whole Dream Theater parallels here, then this is a good album to listen too, even though it is a short album - 2 instrumentals tracks out of 9...really walks the line of being an E.P. versus an official L.P. (IMO). HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #2,3,5,6.....MY RATING: 84/100.

From: Doug Date: December 7, 2017 at 12:10
"Coming Home" is a great tune, and the rest is good too, but as mentioned above, the album is just way too short. And with two instrumentals, one a mere 1 minute of keyboard only riffing, the overall value of this release is diminished.

From: hair metal again Date: August 24, 2018 at 3:53
totally agree with nobycane74 ,overall a good prog metal rock fused release with an expected excellent musicianship but somehow the songs arent so strong and the whole sound is overdone and sometimes is too much!"alive" and "god of the sun " are the highlights !


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