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Fates Warning Kicks Off West Coast Tour at Studio Seven

Fates Warning at Studio Seven (Photo: Mike Baltierra)

Progressive heavy metal band Fates Warning kicked off their six date West Coast Tour at Studio Seven in Seattle. The tour is in support of their latest release, Theories of Flight.  The band consists of Ray Adler (vocals), Jim Matheos (guitar), Bobby Jarzombek (drums), Joey Vera (bass) and Michael Abdow (guitars). 

Though they performed most of their material off of Theories of Flight, A Pleasant Shade of Gray and Parallels, they proceeded to play a 90 minute sixteen song set that spanned their thirty year career, playing much older material alongside the newer songs.

Though the turnout was rather disappointing, those who were in attendance sang along with Alder and had no issues letting the band know that it’s been four years since the last time Fates Warning were in the Seattle area.

Hearing the band live is a far heavier experience than their recordings. Songs such as “Life in Still Water,” “One,” “Seven Stars,” and “Firefly” sounded incredible live. Even the slower, more melodic numbers such as “Handful of Doubt,” “The Light and Shade of Things,” and “A Pleasant Shade of Gray, Part IX” were very well received.

Fates Warning finished out their set with older fan favorites “Through Different Eyes” and “Monument.”  The audience, many of whom looked as if they had been long time fans, as well as the younger fans, were very happy with the band’s performance.

In direct support were Seattle power / thrash metal band Coven 6669, who are made up of Neal Babbitt (drums), Dean Babbitt (guitar), Jamie Carter (vocals), Eric Close (bass) and Underbishop (guitar). They played a killer and heavy and amazing thirty minute set that caused many in the audience to head bang and even had a few moshers.

Also on the bill where alternative heavy rockers The People Now – which is made up of Garth Hockersmith (vocals/guitar), Tim Karman (drums), Charlie Shaughnessy (guitar) and Dagna Silesia (bass).

Getting the show started was Seattle guitar / solo artist Killian Mahaffey.

Fates Warning Set List
From the Rooftops
Life in Still Water
One
A Pleasant Shade of Gray, Part III
Seven Stars
SOS
A Handful of Doubt
Firefly
The Light and Shade of Things
A Pleasant Shade of Gray, Part IX
A Pleasant Shade of Gray, Part XI
The Ivory Gate of Dreams: VII. Acquiescence
The Eleventh Hour
Point of View

Encore:
Through Different Eyes
Monument