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Fates Warning


Progressive Metal

3.60 | 74 ratings

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4 stars FATES WARNING comes back to us 5 years after "theories of flight", to drive the point home, to realize that they have not changed? A bit of both I would say, the titles are very professional, a bit short and on the same sauce in general; the battery is performing well; the voice is almost clearer over time, the guitar I don't talk about anymore, it's a bit like the sound and the imprint of FATES WARNING! So what to say apart from that, some titles attract the ear more like the entry "The Destination Onward" which brings directly and gently on the memories of "Parallels", like "The Way Home" and its small progressive digression , like of course the mega title "The Longest Shadow of the Day" with layers of everything you need to go to intimate musical territories, territory that you would like to keep to yourself. In short, a consecration album more worked than it seems and which makes me insist that the FATES WARNING are the fathers of progressive metal before their time! Low profile.
alainPP | 4/5 |


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