Fates Warning song debut

2013-08-17 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 29 Comments
Fates Warning debuted a track from their upcoming album, Darkness In A Different Light, which will be released on September 27th through InsideOut Music. The track is titled 'Into The Black'.


(Note: Skip to the 26:30 mark.)

http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/fates-warning-new-song-into-the-black-available-for-streaming/


CD 1
1. One Thousand
2. Firefly
3. Desire
4. Falling
5. I Am
6. Lighthouse
7. Into The Black
8. Kneel And Obey
9. O Chloroform
10. And Yet It Moves

CD 2
1. Firefly (extended)
2. Falling Further
3. One (live)
4. Life In Still Water (live)

Tagged: Fates Warning

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Willie
Moderator
August 17th 2013
16350 Comments


Pretty cool. Arch/Matheos meets Parallels.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 17th 2013
6747 Comments


Great, will listen asap.



Edit: The song is good enough to stimulate my appetite for the new album.

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warlordfun
August 17th 2013
406 Comments


wasn't too impressed with the song for some reason. can't wait till the album comes out though.

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Mabbitt
August 17th 2013
1417 Comments


The other songs on the radio all sound pretty good...I wish I knew what they were but I don't feel
like listening to the whole thing to find out

Fates song sounds pretty good.

KILL
August 17th 2013
74378 Comments


holy FUCK

KILL
August 17th 2013
74378 Comments


god damn marathon at 14:30

KILL
August 17th 2013
74378 Comments


song was good but ugh needs more time dig changes rip zonder

aggelosm
August 17th 2013
472 Comments


Anyone knows the drummer of the album?

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 17th 2013
6747 Comments


Bobby Jarzombek is drumming for this one.

Amebix
August 17th 2013
240 Comments


really good song

OmairSh
August 17th 2013
12650 Comments


After first listen I enjoyed it. DAT fucking solo. Looking forward to better quality.

rip zonder [2], But Bobby's a monster esp when it comes to technicality so looking forward to his
contributions.



OmairSh
August 17th 2013
12650 Comments


Fuck it I'm jamming some Arch/Matheos now m/ hard

OmairSh
August 17th 2013
12650 Comments


Album art is so meh

Willie
Moderator
August 17th 2013
16350 Comments


I like it. It's back to the Parallels/Inside Out days... kind of like this song.

OmairSh
August 17th 2013
12650 Comments


It seems so simple and boring. Song definitely reminds me of Parallels/Inside out era with some Arch/Matheos. Not going to listen to the song too much in this crap quality though

Parallels
August 17th 2013
7847 Comments


"god damn marathon at 14:30"

I heard that too.

Ray Alder is still hanging on to that FWX sound. But Matheos can still solo like nobody's business.

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OmairSh
August 17th 2013
12650 Comments


The first solos prob Frank though, Jim hasn't been soloing as much. Ray can't do much else anymore
unfortunately

Willie
Moderator
August 18th 2013
16350 Comments


He doesn't need to. He seems to be doing just fine with Fates and Redemption.

OmairSh
August 18th 2013
12650 Comments


"Ray Alder is still hanging on to that FWX sound"

I think this is with regards to the vocal style. Ray Alders range has diminished considerably, this is what I was referring to :-/

Nagrarok
August 18th 2013
8465 Comments


Sounds good.

Willie
Moderator
August 18th 2013
16350 Comments


--I think this is with regards to the vocal style. Ray Alders range has diminished considerably, this is what I was referring to :-/--

That's what I was commenting on. I think his vocal style is just fine with Fates Warning and Redemption. I don't think the music would fit the higher vocals of the No Exit/Perfect Symmetry era... I doubt those two bands' leaders would even want that style if Ray could do it.

Geadom
August 19th 2013
3087 Comments


HOW THE FUCK I HAVENT HEARD THIS YET?

Geadom
August 19th 2013
3087 Comments


Needs more Zonder.

Anyways, really fucking good song. Fates Warning stick to the sound that IMO suits them best (from the PS/Parallels era).

DoctorVelvet
August 19th 2013
118 Comments


You think this song sounds anything like either Perfect Symmetry or Parallels?

Willie
Moderator
August 19th 2013
16350 Comments


It's like Arch/Matheos meets Parallels.

Geadom
August 19th 2013
3087 Comments


Yeah, its like the commercial sound of Parallels with a bit of thar proggier edge that Perfect Symmetry had....

But rip zonder [3]

HorrorBusiness78
August 20th 2013
112 Comments


Great song. I wish Arch was on vocals, but Ray actually sounds pretty good here.

Parallels
August 21st 2013
7847 Comments


"Yeah, its like the commercial sound of Parallels with a bit of thar proggier edge that Perfect Symmetry had...."

Not even close. Go listen to FWX dammit, it's a good album.

dante1991
August 22nd 2013
591 Comments


Song sounds awesome so far. Yeah, it's clearly compressed for the website, but it's nice that the bass is nice and clear.



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