Sons of Apollo unveil their sophomore album, ‘MMXX’

    The supergroup have returned.

    Sons of Apollo MMXX Goodbye Divinity
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    Metal supergroup Sons of Apollo have released their sophomore album, MMXX.

    The eight-track album, which was previewed by the song “Goodbye Divinity,” follows the “same path as [their] debut [album Psychotic Symphony],” the band said in a press release. “But we feel that it has come out stronger, simply because we know one another better.”

    The band was first formed in 2017 and comprises former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Ron Thal, ex-Dream Theater members Mike Portnoy and Derek Sherinian, Talisman frontman Jeff Scott Soto and Mr Big bassist Billy Sheehan.

    Psychotic Symphony was the first time the five of us had worked together, so there was bound to be an air of experimentation happening,” they added. “Now, we can draw on having the experience not only of recording that album, but also of touring together a lot. And now there is clearly a lot more obvious chemistry going on.”

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