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Fate Set To Hit The Road For 'Rags To Bitches' Tour
June 5, 2009
Sacramento extreme metallers, Fate, will be hitting the road for the comically dubbed "Rags To Bitches" tour alongside tech death metallers Vale Of Pnath (Tribunal), and fellow Northern California metallers, At Dawn. Dates for the two and a half week trek are listed below.

"Rags To Bitches" Tour Dates:
6/23 - 4 Pints - Carson City, Nevada
6/24 - Marysville Youth Center - Marysville, California
6/25 - Modesto Virtual - Modesto, California
6/26 - The Venue - Sanger, California
6/27 - McDermont Field House - Lindsey, California
6/28 - TBA - Bakersfield, California
6/29 - TBA - Canoga Park, California
6/30 - The Crossing - Palmdale, California
7/01 - The Sets - Tempe, Arizona
7/02 - The Compound - Albuquerque, New Mexico
7/03 - The Sanctuary - El Paso, Texas
7/04 - Warehouse 21 - Santa Fe, New Mexico
7/05 - Phils Radiator Shop - Pueblo, Colorado
7/06 - Blast-O-Mat! - Denver, Colorado

Fate have been busy writing and recording new material for the follow up to their 2008 Metal Blade release, 'Vultures'. The band will be playing new material on the upcoming tour, but in the meantime you can check out some of their new tracks below.

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David - Vocals
Vance - Guitar
Mike - Guitar
Alan - Bass 
?  - Drums

Self described as "Complex melodic metal fused with Black and Death metal", Vale Of Pnath bring together their collective influences to create just that.

The band's list of influences is of course a veritable who's who of Extreme metal's elite, including but not limited to: Vehemence, Cynic, Spawn Of Possession, Neuraxis, Capharnaum, Psycroptic, Old Man's Child, Decrepit Birth, Martyr, Behemoth, Arsis, Necrophagist, Between The Buried And Me, Theory In Practice, Dimmu Borgir, The Legion, Anata, With Passion, Quo Vadis, Fleshgod Apocalypse, The Absence, Wintersun, Canvas Solaris, Spastic Ink, The Universe Divide, and Deadborn.

The band recently recorded a Self-Titled EP with Engineer David Otero (Cephalic Carnage). The EP was released in summer 2008 and has since sold out. There are no plans to re-press it, however, three songs can currently be streamed on the band's Myspace player.

With the success of the EP, the band has just begun to scratch the surface of what lies ahead. Keep an eye out for bigger and better things to come from the extreme metal juggernaut known as Vale Of Pnath....