Fates Warning has released another video in support of its new live recording Live Over Europe.
The band debuted the lyric video for the song ‘Point of View‘ today via YouTube. Created by John Kaimakamis and the Nightwatchers, the song is the partner to the song taken directly from the song from the recording. The video’s design places the song’s lyrics over a blueprint style background, with the lyrics written on sheets of paper on said backdrop. Pictures of the band performing live are also incorporated into the final design, adding even more depth to its presentation.
The band is scheduled to perform live in October at a trio of South American shows. Those dates are also in support of Live Over Europe. Drummer Craig Anderson (Ignite, Crescent Shield) will fill in for regular drummer Bobby Jarzombek for those shows. That is because Jarzombek has previous commitments on said dates, which are noted below.
FATES WARNING – Live 2018:
October 9th – Santiago (Chile) – Club Subterráneo
October 11th – Arequipa (Peru) – Jarawa / Lima Metal Fest Sideshow
October 13th – Lima (Peru) – Lima Metal Fest III
‘Point of View’ is just the latest single to come from Live Over Europe. The record — mixed by Jen Bogren (Opeth, Kreator, Symphony X) and mastered by Tony Lindgren at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden — has also spawned the singles ‘Firefly,’ ‘The Light and Shade of Things‘ and ‘Life in Still Water.’ Those songs and the others featured in the record were culled from eight different cities in which Fates Warning performed earlier this year across Europe in support of its most recent full-length studio recording Theories of Flight.
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