FATES WARNING Release lyric video for “POINT OF VIEW”

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Progressive metal pioneers Fates Warning continue promoting their new live album Live Over Europe, recently released via InsideOutMusic worldwide. A new lyric video created by John Kaimakamis and the Nightwatchers for the track “Point Of View“ can be seen below:
Coming up next, Fates Warning will be playing a string of shows in South America:
October 9 – Santiago, Chile – Club Subterráneo 11 – Arequipa, Peru – Jarawa / Lima Metal Fest Sideshow 13 – Lima, Peru – Lima Metal Fest III
Unfortunately, due to prior commitments dummer Bobby Jarzombekwill not be with the group for these dates, but instead Craig Anderson(Ignite, Crescent Shield) will be filling in during these shows.
To order for Live Over Europe, check here for your format of preference. Or order the 2CD or 3LP (+ 2CD as bonus) from the InsideOutMusic webshop here.
Gathered during the group’s most recent European headlining run for their latest studio album Theories Of Flight in January 2018, Live Over Europe includes recordings from eight different cities (Aschaffenburg, Germany, Belgrade, Serbia, Thessaloniki and Athens, Greece, Rome and Milan, Italy, Budapest, Hungary as well as Ljubljana, Slovenia) and a total of 23 songs in over 138 minutes of playing time, spanning 30 years of the group’s seminal career.
Live Over Europe was mixed by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Kreator, Symphony X) and mastered by Tony Lindgren at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden and will be available as limited 2CD Mediabook, Gatefold 3LP + Bonus-2CD or as Digital Album.

CD 1:
“From The Rooftops” “Life In Still Water” “One” “Pale Fire” “Seven Stars” “SOS” “Pieces Of Me” “Firefly” “The Light And Shade Of Things” “Wish” “Another Perfect Day” “Silent Cries” “And Yet It Moves”
CD 2:
“Still Remains” “Nothing Left To Say” “Acquiescence” “The Eleventh Hour” “Point Of View” “Falling” “A Pleasant Shade Of Gray, Pt. IX” “Through Different Eyes” “Monument” “Eye To Eye”

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