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Fates Warning


Progressive Metal

3.98 | 290 ratings

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5 stars With 12 studio albums, what do you expect from a band often described as pioneers of Progressive Metal? Jim Matheos can do no wrong as he continues to innovate while keeping the core Fates Warning sound. These guys are great musicians, and Theories of Flight sounds like seasoned veterans at work. Ray Alder's vocals sounds terrific, and he performs with a tremendous amount of emotion. I thought he sounded great on the Redemption album The Art of Loss earlier this year as well. The rhythm section of Joey Vera on bass and Bobby Jarzombek on drums deserve kudos since they sound perfect. The sound quality is excellent, and this release just flat out rocks! Like all Fates Warning albums, this one is so addicting it just begs to be listened to. I enjoy every track, and it flows like something I have listened to for a decade. If you are a fan of Fates Warning, Progressive Rock, or Progressive metal then this is an excellent addition to your collection.
javajeff | 5/5 |


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