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Penance - Alchemy X - 11:59:59 (CD, Album)

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  2. May 14,  · Alchemy X Alchemy X is a progressive metal band in the tradition of Dream Theater and Fates Warning, with the latter band probably the closer reference healthzbervaastafelatnurvijobasgayrei.coinfo debut album, 's A Delicate Balance, hits all the right prog metal notes, with a familiar style yet with a degree of originality as healthzbervaastafelatnurvijobasgayrei.coinfo are slightly heavier than some of their contemporaries, due .
  3. Bob Mitchell (vocals on "" album ) Instruments Steve Ratchen is endorsed by and uses Conklin 7-String GT-7 bass guitars exclusively; Chris Scorsese is endoresed by and uses Vater Sticks exclusively DISCOGRAPHY Album: Shifting Images () A Kiss Before Dying () Renaissance () The Dance ()
  4. is a music studio album recording by ALCHEMY X (Progressive Metal/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes 's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, /5(2).
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  6. "" is the 2nd full-length studio album by US, New Jersey based progressive metal act Alchemy healthzbervaastafelatnurvijobasgayrei.coinfo album was released through Unisound Records in July Information about Alchemy X are rather sparse, but the band apparently formed around and released "A Delicate Balance ()" and 4 years later "" followed. As of now (May ), they Missing: Penance.
  7. "" (M.P.G. Productions; ) Reviewed by Christopher J. Kelter. A few years ago I was fortunate enough to review Alchemy X's "A Delicate Balance" and I am proud to say that it's one of the few CDs that has managed to make it back into my regular rotation (and more often than most, I might add).

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