FATES WARNING Drummer Says Recording Sessions With New Band 'Went Extremely Well'

FATES WARNING drummer Mark Zonder has posted the following update on his collaborative project with MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP guitarist/keyboardist Wayne Findlay:

"The recording with Mr. Analla [Gregg Analla; vocals; ex-TRIBE OF GYPSIES] over the past few days went extremely well. It is always sort of weird working with someone in a recording situation for the first time. It was like we had known each other and worked together for years. We knocked out six songs with all kinds of interesting vocal parts. It was an absolute pleasure to have Gregg here. Alex Solca and Chris Liebundgut came down to shoot some pictures and check out the music. It was a reunion of old friends and we all had a great time. We should have some mp3 stuff and photos up on the site very shortly. It is time to start kicking this into high gear."

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