If hanging out with Judas Priest at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in Vegas isn't your thing, maybe setting sail with acts like Yes, Marillion, and Queensryche (which version, we're not sure) during a Caribbean cruise is more your speed.
Several weeks ago, Queensryche offered fans the first early glimpse of their upcoming album with the new track 'Redemption' -- and now they're following up with another pre-release single, titled 'Fallout.'
Geoff Tate was the voice of Queensryche for years, so it stands to reason that after he was fired from the band and decided to strike out on his own, he was counting on the continued support of his longtime fans. Unfortunately for Tate, it hasn't exactly worked out that way.
The members of Queensryche that split with vocalist Geoff Tate last summer have signed a new record deal with Century Media Records, and announced their first album with vocalist Todd La Torreis on the way. Century Media is a company whose A&R representative officially supported Tate's injunction to prevent anyone from using the name Queensryche until legal issues were settled. That injunction
Texas-based blues rockers ZZ Top and the progressive metal group Queensryche are among the acts confirmed to appear at this year's Sturgis Rally concert at the Buffalo Chip Music Festival. Billed as the "largest music festival in motorcycling," the annual event features a mix of classic rock and country acts. This year's rally takes place Aug. 2-11 in South Dakota.
Queensryche has finally pulled the trigger on the decision to continue without singer Geoff Tate, following weeks of speculation and a series of rumored and public squabbles with their longtime bandmate.