Arch / Matheos Album Stream

2011-09-09 by AsoTamaki | 13 Comments
Guitar World is streaming the first half of Arch / Matheos' new album, Sympathetic Resonance, ahead of its September 13 release date.

The album is a collaboration between Fates Warning guitarist Jim Matheos and original vocalist John Arch. The two previously reunited for Arch's 2003 A Twist of Fate EP. The rest of the band lineup features current Fates Warning members Frank Aresti (lead guitar), Joey Vera (bass) and Bobby Jarzombek (drums).

Check out the stream here:
http://www.guitarworld.com/exclusive-preview-new-archmatheos-album-sympathetic-resonance

Tagged: Arch / Matheos

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Willie
Moderator
September 9th 2011
16230 Comments


This album kicks all kinds of ass.

AsoTamaki
September 10th 2011
2525 Comments


Indeed it does. Can't believe I'm saying this, but... if Redemption keeps doing what they've been doing and this band truly stays active, I may be able to live without new Fates Warning.

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
September 10th 2011
2122 Comments


Dig it, to be sure.

Digging: Lazer Kitty - SPIES

Darkvoid67
September 10th 2011
383 Comments


Misleading title...HALF album stream

Parallels
September 11th 2011
7571 Comments


Definately gonna check this out as soon as i can. Cant wait.

Digging: Craft Spells - Idle Labor

TheFantasticDangler
September 12th 2011
1223 Comments


Not sure whether I'll be able to get into the vox

Digging: City of Caterpillar - City of Caterpillar

Willie
Moderator
September 12th 2011
16230 Comments


If you didn't hate them instantly, then they'll probably be able to grow on you.

Parallels
September 12th 2011
7571 Comments


I hated him instantly when I heard "Night on Brocken" lol But Willie's right, it grows on you.

Willie
Moderator
September 12th 2011
16230 Comments


Come on. On Night On Brocken his voice was still pretty raw and the music didn't really help very much.

AsoTamaki
September 12th 2011
2525 Comments


His vocals on this are the best he's ever done, imo. Still hits some amazingly high notes (especially considering how long ago those FW albums were recorded), but overall stays in a more controlled and pleasant sounding range.

Parallels
September 12th 2011
7571 Comments


True Willie, I'll still be checking this out because Matheos and Arch are incredible together.

Willie
Moderator
September 12th 2011
16230 Comments


This is probably the best thing either of those two have been a part of (together or seperate) -- that includes John Arch solo album, Fates Warning's 10 albums, OSI, Jim's solo albums...

Edit: Maybe not as great as Perfect Symmetry but it's close.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
September 18th 2011
6692 Comments


I tried to listen to the stream, but it seems to have been removed....

I will most def check this out.

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