Fates Warning Parallels Reissue
2010-01-20 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 13 Comments
Fates Warning will be releasing a special edition of their commercial breakthrough, Parallels on March 16, 2010 through Metal Blade Records.

The release will feature a remastered version of the album as well as a second disc of live and demo material from the time period. This special reissue will also include a DVD with nearly 3 hours of material, including a complete live show from the 1992 Parallels tour and a documentary on the making of the album.

To coincide with the release of this special edition, the complete Parallels line-up will be playing a few one-off reunion shows. As of now, the only dates available are Thessaloniki, Greece on March 26th and Athens, Greece on March 27th, but there are likely to be US and European dates added later.
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Willie
Moderator
January 20th 2010
16170 Comments


Obviously, I'll be all over this shit despite the fact that I think the only other Fates Warning fan on the site has disappeared.

Phrike
January 20th 2010
1691 Comments


I like them. Don't think Parallels needs a remastered edition though

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
January 20th 2010
31735 Comments


"Obviously, I'll be all over this shit despite the fact that I think the only other Fates Warning fan on the site has disappeared."

You can add me to the Fates Warning appreciation club, hanging out for this


TheHamburgerman
January 20th 2010
1314 Comments


Obviously, I'll be all over this shit despite the fact that I think the only other Fates Warning fan on the site has disappeared.
I didn't leave. Awesome, Although I'd be happier if they'd reissue Awaken the Guardian of The Spectre within.

Willie
Moderator
January 20th 2010
16170 Comments


They've already reissued those, and they're remastered with bonus discs too.

bodiesinflight57
January 20th 2010
870 Comments


Cool, might get this.
Would be good to see them live actually

lostforwords
January 20th 2010
446 Comments


Why don't they reunite, since they've patched things up with Aresti? Is OSI so successful???

EverythingEvil2113
January 20th 2010
1282 Comments


Only heard Awaken the Guardian and it slays, may have to check this out among some of their others.

Lunarfall
January 20th 2010
3179 Comments



Obviously, I'll be all over this shit despite the fact that I think the only other Fates Warning fan on the site has disappeared.
Could that potentially be me? Because I haven't been on much lately.

TheHamburgerman
January 20th 2010
1314 Comments


I hope he is talking about me. I fit the description.

Willie
Moderator
January 20th 2010
16170 Comments


I hope he is talking about me. I fit the description.
I was actually referring to you. The others are a surprise.

Why don't they reunite, since they've patched things up with Aresti? Is OSI so successful???
They're not broken up, they're just not the same line-up as during Parallels.

Only heard Awaken the Guardian and it slays, may have to check this out among some of their others.
Let me tell you that Parallels is nothing like Awaken the Guardian - different vocalist, different style. You've heard one of their best albums already. For you, I'd suggest The Spectre Within and then No Exit. No Exit has the new vocalist so when you adjust to that then you could move forward to the newer albums.

BluePusher
January 20th 2010
53 Comments


You make things so simple.

lostforwords
January 21st 2010
446 Comments


"They're not broken up, they're just not the same line-up as during Parallels. "
Oh, somehow I thought they had broken up, but now I see that they are currently working on a new record.



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