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Fates Warning Releasing "Awaken The Guardian Live"

Legendary progressive metal act Fates Warning celebrated the 30th anniversary of third album, "Awaken the Guardian," in 2016.

To celebrate this milestone, Jim Matheos (guitar) reassembled that era's lineup for two special festival appearances last year: Keep it True XIX and Prog Power USA XVII. Fortunately for fans that were not able to attend, each show was filmed for the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray due out April 28th via Metal Blade Records.

For a preview of "Awaken the Guardian Live," a video for "Fata Morgana" from Keep it True XIX can be viewed below. Directed and edited by Oliver "Bomber" Barth, the Keep It True XIX footage was recorded on April 30th, 2016 in Lauda-Konigshofen, Germany; the Prog Power USA footage was recorded on September 9th, 2016 in Atlanta, GA with sound recording and video editing by Kent Smith, plus audio and video recording services provided by Lucid Lounge Studios - Atlanta.

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1. AtG writes:

I never post here anymore because who gives a f***? Who cares? But this is f***IN AWESOME!!!!! MOST AWESOME THING EVER!!!!!!

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2. Gru writes:

Its becoming a retirement home, excuse for the members to vacation in other countries.

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