Fates Warning to Enter Studio

2013-03-23 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 14 Comments
After nine years, Fates Warning are finally set to enter the studio and record a new album. They will begin recording in April with a projected release some time in the fall through Inside Out Music.

This album will mark the first time the band has released a full length through any label other than Metal Blade. The recording will feature founding guitarist Jim Matheos, classic lineup members Ray Alder (vocals) and Frank Aresti (guitars), longtime bassist Joey Vera and drummer Bobby Jarzombek.


The band will also begin a short tour around the release of their upcoming album (European and South American dates will be announced soon):


Nov. 15--Joliet, IL--Mojoe's
Nov. 16--Detroit, MI--Harpos
Nov. 17--Louisville, KY--Diamond Pub & Billiards
Nov. 18--Cleveland, OH--Peabody's
Nov. 20--Toronto, ONT--Mod Club
Nov. 21--Poughkeepsie, NY--The Chance
Nov. 22--Hartford, CT--Webster Theater
Nov. 23--New York, NY--The Studio @ Webster Hall
Nov. 24--Clifton, NJ--Dingbatz
Nov. 26--Amityville, NY--Revolution
Nov. 27--Lancaster, PA--Chameleon Club
Nov. 30--Spartanburg, SC--Ground Zero
Dec. 1--Atlanta, GA--Masquerade
Dec. 3--Houston, TX--Scout Bar
Dec. 4--San Antonio, TX--Backstage Live
Dec. 5--Dallas, TX--Trees
Dec. 7--Phoenix, AZ--Rocky Point Cantina
Dec. 8--San Diego, CA--Brick By Brick
Dec. 10--Los Angeles, CA--The Whisky
Dec. 11--San Francisco, CA--DNA Lounge
Dec. 13--Portland, OR--Hawthorne Theater
Dec. 14--Seatlle, WA--Studio Seven

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Willie
Moderator
March 23rd 2013
17225 Comments


It's about time. They originally announced this way before Christmas.

Digging: August Burns Red - Phantom Anthem

Titan
March 23rd 2013
17856 Comments


Thanksgiving week......nice

bloc
March 23rd 2013
43082 Comments


Only heard a couple of the band's early albums which were good. They probably have to grow on me more.

AtomicWaste
Moderator
March 23rd 2013
2700 Comments


Ohhh shit, with Ray, too? This will be something to watch for.

KILL
March 23rd 2013
80846 Comments


omg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

sideburndude
March 23rd 2013
2782 Comments


o m g 1 2 3

pissbore
March 23rd 2013
12554 Comments


cool, havent heard anything after awaken the guardian

KILL
March 23rd 2013
80846 Comments


missin out hard

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
March 23rd 2013
7552 Comments


It was eibout toime.

lak89
March 23rd 2013
183 Comments


looking forward to this, it's about time

manosg
Staff Reviewer
March 24th 2013
10457 Comments


This is good news.

Wizard
March 24th 2013
20108 Comments


Cool, I like their last few albums.

Havey
March 24th 2013
10152 Comments


m/

HorrorBusiness78
March 26th 2013
112 Comments


Looking forward to this. Hopefully it's on the same level as Arch/Matheos (what i consider the most recent FW album), which was utterly fantastic. Unfortunately John Arch won't be on it, but I like Ray as well. Hopefully he'll put in a good performance.



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