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Choosy Queensryche Fans Choose Queensryche

Posted by on July 3, 2013

We’ll be reviewing this week’s top selling metal releases in a bit. However, this week’s charts immediately proved one thing: which version of Queensryche fans prefer. The self-titled album from Queensryche (featuring Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson, Scott Rockenfield, Parker Lundgren and new singer Todd La Torre) debuted on the charts at #23, selling just under […]

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Queensryche Streaming New Self-titled Album In Its Entirety

Posted by on June 18, 2013

You’ve already heard three new songs from Queensryche (the one without Geoff Tate). Now hear the whole album! Queensryche and Century Media Records has posted a stream of the band’s self-titled album a whole week before its official release. We’re still giving it a deeper listen ourselves, but two things stand out right away (as […]

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Queensryche Has Another “Fallout”

Posted by on June 3, 2013

Queensryche (the one without Geoff Tate) has previously premiered the songs “Redemption” and “Where Dreams Go To Die” off of their upcoming self-titled album, due out on June 25 via new label home Century Media Records. And while two factions of the band had a very public fallout last in the courts last year when […]

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Queensryche Sign With Century Media, Becoming Label-Mates With Geoff Tate

Posted by on March 4, 2013

While there are two versions of Queensryche out there, many are looking more forward to the version that consists of original band members Scott Rockenfield, Eddie Jackson, and Michael Wilton, along with former Crimson Glory vocalist Todd La Torre. Now it looks like those fans will get their chance, as Billboard reports the band have […]

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Queensryche Play First Show With Old Name

Posted by on July 30, 2012

Hallowed be thy name, Queensryche! The band played their first show with their new singer and old name this past weekend at the Halfway Jam in Royalton, MN. The band members Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson, Parker Lundgren, and Scott Rockenfield, who had booted their singer Geoff Tate, saw themselves facing a possible name change after […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Metal Colors

Posted by on July 23, 2012

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. Earlier today, Between The Buried And Me officially premiered the first single off of their new album The Parallax II: Future Sequence. One of our favorite albums from the progressive metal group, however, still is 2007’s Colors. Now […]

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Drama Queens(ryche) Pull Out Of Scorpions Show As Rising West Debuts

Posted by on June 11, 2012

Well this is not surprising. After playing two very well-received shows over the weekend as Rising West, all the members of Queensryche who are not named Geoff Tate have opted to not open for the Scorpions tonight in Salt Lake City.  The Geoff Tate solo band will be performing instead.  It looks like we’re finally […]

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Dave Mustaine Officially Joins Ex-Anthrax Guitarist’s New Project

Posted by on May 9, 2011

Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine revealed back in December of 2010 that he was helping ex-Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz’s new project Deuxmonkey with some “fine tuning.” However, when original singer Wade Black (Crimson Glory, Seven Witches, Leatherwolf) departed from the group, he also gave a “verbal cease-and-desist” on all of his contributions to the group (including lyrics and vocals). […]

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Brutal Legend Unveils Surprisingly Great Track Listing

Posted by on August 10, 2009

Is Brutal Legend going to be the most metal video game ever? Until now, we’d heard more about the endless legal battles over the game than the game itself, but the just-released track listing just gave it even more metal cred. Sure, we know that Jack Black, Lemmy, Ozzy, Rob Halford and more lent their voices […]

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