FATES WARNING drummer Mark Zonder has revealed that he has no intentions of touring with the band in support of their upcoming CD, due later in the year. Asked by a fan what he hopes to accomplish in the future, both personally and with FATES WARNING, Zonder said, "Actually after this recording of the new FATES album, I will not be touring with them anymore. I am not sure about recordings in the future either with them. There are many things happening right now: The MONTROSE stuff, Joacim Cans solo that I will be playing some festivals in Europe, as well as Glenn Snelwar's album that will be out in a few months. I am still working with Gary [Wehrkamp, SHADOW GALLERY guitarist] and D.C. [Cooper, SILENT FORCE, ex-ROYAL HUNT vocalist] in ALFA-DOG. The future is pretty wide open. I would love to do some clinics, but we will see."(Thanks: Larry S. McDonald)
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