SYMPHONY X – Without You

New Jersey’s progressive metal masters SYMPHONY X are delighted to announce some UK tour dates, as part of a wider European tour which will take place throughout May and the beginning of June this year. The run will see the five piece hit eleven countries in one month – with the tour kicking off on May 7th in Lyon, France, culminating in Gelsenkirchen, Germany at the Rock Hard Festival.

“We are really excited about the upcoming tour! Can’t wait to get back on the road and look forward to seeing everyone again very soon!”, stated the band.

Tickets are on sale now!

Symphony X 2019 tour dates:

07/05     FR     Lyon                  Ninkasi Kao
08/05     CH     Pratteln             Z7
10/05     IT       Treviso              New Age
11/05     IT       Bologna             Estragon
12/05     IT       Rome                Orion
14/05     IT       Milan                 Alcatraz
15/05     DE     Munich              Backstage Halle
16/05     DE     Ludwigsburg     Rockfabrik
17/05     DE     Berlin                 Lido
18/05     DE     Hannover          Faust
19/05     DK     Copenhagen     Amager Bio
21/05     NO     Oslo                  Rockefeller
22/05     SE     Stockholm         Klubben
24/05     FI       Helsinki             Nosturi
26/05     SE     Gothenburg       Pustervik
28/05     DE     Hamburg           Knust
29/05     DE     Dresden            Beatpol
31/05     DE     Aschaffenburg    Colos-Saal
01/06     BE      Vosselaar         Biebob
02/06     NL      Nijmegen          Fortarock Festival
04/06     UK     Coventry           Empire
05/06     UK     Holmfirth           Picturedrome
06/06     UK     London             Electric Ballroom
07/06     FR      Paris                 La Machine du Moulin Rouge
08/06     DE      Gelsenkirchen    Rock Hard Festival

Symphony X released their latest critically acclaimed studio album ‘Underworld’ in 2015, via Nuclear Blast. They triumphed in creating a panoramic ‘album rock’ experience in an era cursed with diminishing attention spans. Heavily inspired by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri, ‘Underworld’  drew on the themes from the Divine Comedy, most notably the part on Inferno. As homage to Dante’s use of the number 3 and its multiples, the band utilised the motif in both lyrical and melodic context. The first song on the album is a three syllable, three note melodic phrase and in the verses there are three references to three songs on the bands third album, ‘The Divine Wings Of Tragedy’.

You can purchase “Underworld” here: https://amzn.to/2FnGfQa

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