Former ANGRA Drummer AQUILES PRIESTER Joins MIDAS FATE

MIDAS FATE, the band featuring former RIOT/MASTERPLAN frontman Mike DiMeo, has been joined by Brazilian drummer Aquiles Priester (HANGAR, ANGRA).

An instrumental version of a new MIDAS FATE song called "Stillborn Reason" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

The video is taken from the upcoming DVD "Aquiles Priester's 100 Top Drum Fills"

The final version of the track, featuring Mike's voice, will appear on MIDAS FATE's long-awaited new album, "Magnificent Rebel", to be released before the end of the year.

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MIDAS FATE is:

Mike DiMeo - Vocals
Aquiles Priester - Drums
Vitor Campos - Guitars
Renato Videira - Bass

MIDAS FATE released the "What Dreams May Come" single in January 2011. It was mixed by Paulo Brancaccio at Diesel Studio and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studio.

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