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Arch/Matheos Premiere New Song "Wanderlust" From Upcoming New Album "Winter Ethereal"

Arch/Matheos, the band featuring current Fates Warning bassist Joey Vera, drummer Bobby Jarzombek, and Jim Matheos alongside ex-Fates Warning vocalist John Arch and guitarist Frank Aresti, premiere a new song entitled "Wanderlust", taken from their upcoming new album "Winter Ethereal", which will be out in stores May 10.

Check out now "Wanderlust" below.

Winter Ethereal will feature additional contributions from bassist Steve DiGiorgio (Death, Testament), Cynic bassist Sean Malone and drummer Matt Lynch, and drummer Thomas Lang.

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1. AtG writes:

This and the other new song Straight and Narrow are both awesome. Gotta wait to hear the entire album but the production sounds like it might be more organic and warmer as opposed to the horrible, digitized, Andy Sneap bullsh** which plagued both A Twist of Fate and Sympathetic Resonance.

This is easy listening but still heavy progressive metal.

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