Video Premiere: FATES WARNING's 'SOS'

Video Premiere: FATES WARNING's 'SOS'

"SOS", the new video from U.S. progressive metal pioneers FATES WARNING, can be seen below. The clip was directed by David Brodsky for MyGoodEye.

FATES WARNING vocalist Ray Alder commented as follows:
"We are very happy to announce the latest video for the song 'SOS' from our new album, 'Theories Of Flight'! The video was recorded at Carriage House Studios in Stamford, Connecticut, where we have recorded a number of albums over the years. It was great to be back there again! So many memories...We hope you enjoy the video, and we look forward to seeing you on tour soon!"

FATES WARNING will embark on a first European tour for "Theories Of Flight" in January/February 2017. They have also been confirmed to appear at two of Germany's most prestigious open-air festival events next year: Wacken Open Air and Rock Hard.

"Theories Of Flight" was released on July 1 via InsideOut Music. The cover artwork for the CD was created by Michigan artist Graceann Warn.

Performed by the FATES WARNING lineup that returned to form with 2013's acclaimed "Darkness In A Different Light" release, "Theories Of Flight" was produced by guitarist Jim Matheos and mixed/mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios (OPETH, SYMPHONY X).

Frank Aresti contributed a couple solos on the new record, but due to his current work commitments, he is not be able to tour with FATES WARNING. He is being temporarily replaced by Mike Abdow, who is described by Aresti as "a great guitarist and a great guy."



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