This was the recording that established Fates Warning as a progressive band. Their metal influences still dominate the group's overall sound; however, Mark Zonder's unique approach to drumming adds another level of depth and credibility to the music. His double bass, odd-time introduction to "Part of the Machine" is the session's defining moment, "Through Different Eyes" is a catchy song that provides insight into the band's future pop/metal direction, and "Static Acts" still stands as one of the most aggressive songs the band ever recorded.
Perfect Symmetry (Fates Warning). album dei Fates Warning del 1989. Leggi in un'altra lingua. Aggiungi agli osservati speciali. Perfect Symmetry è un album dei Fates Warning pubblicato nel 1989 ed è stato il primo album con Mark Zonder alla batteria. Nel 2008 viene pubblicata un'edizione speciale rimasterizzata, contenente un disco con i demo ed un DVD con registrazioni dal vivo e il video promozionale. Part of the Machine – 6:16 (Matheos). Through Different Eyes – 4:22 (Matheos).
Perfect Symmetry recorded and mixed 4/89 - 5/89 at Carriage House Studios, Stamford, CT Mastered at Masterdisc Pre-production: Silver Cloud Studios & Bill's Place Studios, North Hollywood. Remastered for Red Mastering
Progressive Heavy Fates Warning. Band Name Fates Warning. Album Name Perfect Symmetry. Erscheinungsdatum August 1989. Labels Metal Blade Records.
Perfect Symmetry was Fates Warning's second album with singer Ray Alder, who fully participated in the writing of the album. Guitarist and founding band member Jim Matheos describes Alder as having "really started to find his voice and range. It was our second album with him and he did some incredible stuff. It's also when he started to sing in a lower range and we welcomed that because that's the direction we wanted to head into anyway. Before that album, in terms of singing, we were like, 'the higher the better!'"
Perfect Symmetry es el cuarto álbum de Fates Warning, que fue publicado en 1989. Fue el primer álbum con Mark Zonder en la batería. Fue relanzado como una edición especial remasterizada en junio de 2008 con un disco extra de demos de estudio y un DVD con la actuación en vivo de la banda en la gira mundial de Perfect Symmetry (1989-1990). La pista "Nothing Left to Say" aparece en el soundtrack de la película Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare. Before that album, in terms of singing, we were like, 'the higher the better!'"
Perfect Symmetry Fates Warning.
Perfect Symmetry is the fifth studio album by progressive metal band Fates Warning, released in 1989. It's also when he started to sing in a lower range and we welcomed that because that's the direction we wanted to head into anyway