Ashes Of Ares Frontman Explains Queensryche Influence
He says: "It soared above and beyond what other people were doing in that genre. Geoff Tate took his vocals to a whole other level and those guys just made a killer record. I get flashbacks when I listen to it."
Barlow – who bowed out of Iced Earth because of schedule clashes with his job as a police officer – formed Ashes Of Ares with Van Williams and Freddie Vidales. Their self-titled debut album was released this week via Nuclear Blast.
The vocalist recently said his new band would tour as much as they could, but added: "We're definitely not going to be Iced Earth — no six months of touring." Watch the video here.
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