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Tag Archives: Todd La Torre

Queensryche unleash “Hellfire” upon you

Posted by on September 18, 2015

From what we’ve heard so far, Queensryche are doing a bang-up job of carrying on without Geoff Tate. While their 2013 self-titled album introducing Todd La Torre established them, October’s Condition Hüman sounds like they’re hitting their stride. “Arrow of Time” is a jam on par with “The Needle Lies,” and faster than anything they’d […]

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Things we’re looking forward to in 2014

Posted by on January 3, 2014

We’re now three days into the new year, and we’ve already had one major revelation in the metal world. And if there’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s that there are going to be many more before the year ends. And while it would be both ridiculous and impossible to predict what the year is going […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Events In 2013 We’re Thankful For

Posted by on November 25, 2013

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. Yup, it’s that time of year again. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’re continuing our tradition of counting down the top five events and occasions we’re thankful occurred this year. 2013 was a year jam packed with lows and […]

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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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Queensrÿche Singer Points Out Difference Between Queensrÿche And Queensrÿche

Posted by on June 17, 2013

With their new, self-titled album coming out next week (25), Queensrÿche (the Todd La Torre version) will inevitably have people comparing their new album to the other Queensrÿche album that came out this year, Frequency Unknown, which was vocalist Geoff Tate’s version of the band. In a recent interview with Ria Fend of  London Rocks, La Torre differentiated between […]

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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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Now There’s A New Song From The Other Queensryche

Posted by on April 4, 2013

Like a kid in the middle of a bitter divorce, it’s up to a court to decide who gets to keep the Queensryche name: vocalist Geoff Tate’s incarnation or the version with Scott Rockenfield, Eddie Jackson and Michael Wilton. And while the version with Todd La Torre was first to get a song out with “Redemption,” […]

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Queensryche Premieres New (Full) Song

Posted by on March 26, 2013

Last month, Queensryche (the version featuring Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson, and Scott Rockenfield) offered a 90 second teaser of a new song called “Redemption.” And last night, the group premiered the song in its entirety on Sirius XM. It didn’t take long, though, for Queensryche’s new label Century Media to post the song online. So […]

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Hmm…What Is Geoff Tate Trying To Say With The Cover Of His Queensryche Album?

Posted by on March 5, 2013

Shortly after one Queensryche announced they had signed to Century Media Records, Geoff Tate’s version of the prog metal group revealed more details about their forthcoming album. We knew it would feature plenty of special guests (and is supposedly “stupidly heavy”) and will be released via Cleopatra Records. Now we know that the album will […]

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