00:01 - Bad English yes but she is strong in Eluveitie ... Sara van der Scnitzel wont work
23:52 - MichaelGrimley Anna doesn't have nearly the potential of Tarja. She can make it in a folk band but her singing can't hold up by itself. She has a nice voice for what it is. But that talent pool is very limited to her. She's NOT a strong singer.
20:37 - Bad English SSUS - I think Anna can be key figure,she can ride as Tarja, after NW but where is Annete?
Progressive metal veterans Queensrÿche just shared their new video clip for the song "Eye9" which is taken from Queensrÿche's latest album, Condition Hüman. This is their second video clip taken from the new output and was directed by The Cordero Brothers. The band didn't reveal the meaning behind the video and prefer that the fans interpret it in their own way. You can watch it unfold below.
Progressive metal legends Queensrÿche will embark on a U.S. headlining tour in January/February 2016. The group will kick-off the New Year with a massive bang embarking on a lengthy North American headlining run. The much-anticipated trek kicks off on January 7th and goes through February 5th to present their latest creation and newly released, Condition Hüman.
Queensrÿche have unveiled another new song, this time it is "Hellfire" which can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's new album, Condition Hüman, which will be released on October 2nd via Century Media. Having already shared "Arrow Of Time" and "Guardian", Queensrÿche now present another side of the album with "Hellfire".
Queensrÿche will release their new album, Condition Hüman, on October 2nd via Century Media. The album was recorded in part at Uberbeatz Studio in Washington with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris. Now they have debuted the ripping new track "Guardian" which is the second taste of the new album after "Arrow Of Time". According to singer Todd La Torre, "Guardian" touches on the empowering qualities of strength in numbers, and how people can rise up to create real change. Enjoy the track!
Queensrÿche have announced that they will release their new album, Condition Hüman, on October 2nd via Century Media. The album was recorded in part at Uberbeatz Studio in Washington with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris. Now the progressive metal band has revealed its cover artwork as well as tracklist. What are your expectations for the group's new album?
Just two years after they released their self-titled album, there is new Queensrÿche material to be enjoyed today. What has the band created this time? The anticipated new offering, Condition Hüman, sees vocalist Todd La Torre on his sophomore recording effort with the band. You can check out his and the rest of the band's performance on the epic album opening track, "Arrow Of Time", which can be heard now here. Enjoy the music.
The legendary Seattle metal band Queensrÿche just revealed that they will return to Europe to play summer festivals as well as some headline shows. Armored Saint and Death Angel will support them on special dates. With their canvas wiped clean and the band more stable than it's been in years, Queensrÿche has already begun writing new material for the follow up to their self-titled 2013 Century Media Records release, Queensrÿche. The new album is tentatively scheduled for release in late summer 2015.
The Americans Queensrÿche are offering fans various unique experiences in conjunction with a pre-order campaign including an opportunity for accredited investors to purchase a stake in Queensrÿche Corporation. The quintet recently began writing music for their new album which will be released via Century Media in spring 2015. The band is looking for investors. In conjunction with the PledgeMusic campaign, this is an opportunity to own a piece of the band - actually it's a piece of the company that is wrapped around the band.
Now that a settlement has been reached with Geoff Tate over the ownership of the Queensrÿche name and brand, the band has already begun writing new material for the follow-up to their 2013 album Queensrÿche. The new album is tentatively scheduled for release in early summer 2015. Besides that, the band also disclosed more details about the settlement.
It appears like there will no longer be two Queensrÿches. Singer Geoff Tate and his former band mates have reached an agreement and the legal battle is over. After two different versions of Queensrÿche appeared following a split with the long-time singer, a lawsuit had resulted in a ruling that each side could use the same name until the case went to trial or was settled. Both sides now seem relieved with the outcome and are ready to move on. Queensrÿche, fronted by Todd La Torre, will continue touring and recording as Queensrÿche while Geoff Tate will pursue other endeavours and have exclusive rights to perform Operation: Mindcrime I and II in their entirety.
Queensrÿche, now fronted by Todd La Torre, recently filmed a conceptual mini-movie for the tracks "Spore", "Midnight Lullaby","A World Without" and "X2" from their newest self-titled album. The 10-plus minute story, dubbed Queensrÿche: Ad Lucem ("Towards the light"), was filmed by director Daniel Andres Gomez Bagby with producer Marco De Molina on location at Central City Stages in Los Angeles and today you get to watch it. The band shared the final result online after a live chat with fans. It is now available for your viewing pleasure below. How do you think it turned out?
Queensrÿche recently filmed a 'mini movie' for the tracks "Spore", "Midnight Lullaby","A World Without" and "X2". The tracks will provide the score to a 10-plus minute story, dubbed Queensrÿche: Ad Lucem ("Towards the light"). The movie was filmed by director Daniel Andres Gomez Bagby with producer Marco De Molina on location at Central City Stages in Los Angeles last month. No word yet on when it will premiere but stay tuned for that.
With a new album out, the invigorated Queensrÿche have now released a brand new video for the song "Fallout". You can watch the band in action with their new singer Todd La Torre as well as some behind-the-scenes footage. The band hadn't released a new video in a while. Their new album Queensrÿche is still fresh as it was only released last month on Century Media.
Progressive metallers Queensrÿche are offering fans the opportunity to listen to their entire new self-titled album ahead of its release. You can listen to the whole thing over here, so enjoy it while it is available. The album drops officially on June 24th in Europe and June 25th in North America via Century Media Records.
"Fallout", another new song from US progressive masters Queensrÿche, is now available for listening through the SoundCloud widget below. The song comes off the band's upcoming self-titled album, which is set to be released on June 24th in Europe and June 25th in North America via Century Media Records. More album details can be found at this location.