Original FATES WARNING Drummer Resurfaces In New Band
According to a posting on FATES WARNING's official web site, original FATES WARNING drummer Steve Zimmerman has put together a new band called MILLENNIUM X. The group's current line up consists of Steve on drums, Brain Betterton on vocals, Tommy Blardo on guitars and studio bass, and Brett Betterton on guitars (bass player pending). Zimmerman appeared on FATES WARNING's first three studio albums: 1984's "Night On Brocken", 1985's "The Spectre Within" and 1986's "Awaken The Guardian".
In related news, current FATES WARNING drummer Mark Zonder has launched his official web site at MarkZonder.com. Zonder, who started laying down drum tracks for the new FATES album in December, is said to be "working on a project with one of [his] all-time favorite musicians," according to a posting on his web site. "[I] need to keep it under wraps for now, but I will keep you posted," he wrote.
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