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Fates Warning


Progressive Metal

4.17 | 360 ratings

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4 stars First this is a lot diffrent album than the predecesors, in good way, and second is one of the best Warning records so far. Much more symphonic than Symmetry for example, but still prog metal of the highest calibre. Fates Warning reches a new level in their career composing an album, hard to forget, at lest for me. The album is comprised of one long song with 12 parts and more than 50- minutes, delivering the high skills from each member, Mark Zonder is a techer, absolute stunning drumer. Lead guitarist Frank Aresti and bassist Joe DiBiase are put on hold and bassist Joey Vera would be added as the new member. One of the most varied albums from prog metal with Kevin Moore ex Dream Theatre keys shining on every piece.What more, a recommended album in every way, but still not their best in my opinion, i remain to Symmetry to be the best Fates Warning album. Great voice from Ray Alder. 4 stars
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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