||FATES WARNING SHOW DEBUT PROMOTIONAL 'FIREFLY' VIDEO-CLIP
20 December 2013
This past weekend, U.S. Progressive Metal pioneers Fates Warning have wrapped a first North American headlining tour in support of 'Darkness In A Different Light', their first new studio album effort in almost a decade and InsideOutMusic debut.
Now, the time is come to debut the promotional video clip for the album's first single 'Firefly'. The clip was directed David Solbjørg and Kjetil Kolbjørnsrud of Twitchyfilms and can be viewed further down the page:
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Fates Warning vocalist Ray Alder has checked in to comment about the song 'Firefly': "I've always liked the romantic concept of the firefly. A tiny flashing creature searching for another on a warm summer night. Like stars that move..."
During their recent North American tour, the band also stopped by at FoxCT to perform the song 'Firefly' acoustically in the TV studio. Watch the interview and footage here:
Fates Warning's 'Darkness In A Different Light' has not only received great response from media and band supporters alike, but also managed to enter the official sales charts in Germany at number 41, in The Netherlands at number 90 and in the USA at number 162 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.
Further Billboard entries have been number 50 on the Current Rock Chart, 14 on the Current Hard Music Chart, 142 on the Top Current Albums Chart and 5 on the Top New Artist Albums Chart.
A sampler containing pre-listening clips of all the tracks of the album can be checked out here:
'Darkness In A Different Light' was produced by Fates Warning guitarist and main composer Jim Matheos and mixed by long time engineer Phil Magnotti, while mastering duties were handled by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering, California. The artwork was designed by Conte di San Pietro.
Next to the standard CD jewel case and the Digital Download format, 'Darkness In A Different Light' will also be available in Europe as 2CD Mediabook edition and as Gatefold 2LP version (180gr. vinyl in black as well as strictly limited red or white vinyl versions) with four bonus tracks.