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Symphonic metal bands with very technical guitar

I'd suggest Haggard as a full symphonic band, with "Eppur si muove". Septicflesh are using a lot of orchestra parts, you can try Titan, Communion and The Great Mass. Dark Lunacy had a violin in ...
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Symphonic metal bands with very technical guitar

You may want to check Edu Falaschi (ex-Angra) project called Almah. Their second album, Fragile Equality, has frequent parts of symphonic/orchestration keyboards with complex guitars riffs and ...
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Symphonic metal bands with very technical guitar

When it comes to technical guitars one should definitely mention Rhapsody(now renamed to Rhapsody of Fire). Give Gargoyles, Angels Of Darkness a try. In their older albums Luca Turilli was playing the ...
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Symphonic metal bands with very technical guitar

I think you should check the one-man-band (from Behold the Arctopus) project Direwolf: http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Direwolf/91376 Fist in Fetus are also technical and symphonic. Therion, ...
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What kind of music do people born in the late 80's listen to now?

Your own musical journey might not be as unusual as you assume. A recent study showed that teenagers tend to like the music that is most popular at that moment, whereas people's tastes get less ...
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Symphonic metal bands with very technical guitar

Direct Answer to Your Question:-- Try "A Glimpse Beyond" by Dan Mumm. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnIQnlxhYys) [Warning: Harsh, Noisy, and/or Disorienting Sound in the video link ...
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Symphonic metal bands with very technical guitar

I would also add: Adagio Yngwie Malmsteen Blind Guardian Therion Evergrey Uli Jon Roth Also David Maxim Micic's solo albums have a symphonic vibe in them although he does not belong in that genre.
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