01:36 - Apothecary Wardruna are some really badass dark neofolk from Norway, gonna be curating along with Enslaved next year. They bring out war drums, gongs, and other traditional stuff onstage. Pretty rad [link]
01:29 - Karlabos The only folk metal i want to see live is Jaldaboath :
01:21 - Apothecary Yeah, I'm not too big on folk metal live. Totally stoked for Wardruna at Roadburn next year, but then even they aren't really folk "metal"
00:43 - Redn1ght Reminds me of last year, Turisas and Ensiferum in the same month last year. Haha.. Too bad they suck at the moment.
00:40 - Apothecary Melvins and Primus shows both a week apart from each other in my town, yeeeeeeee boiiii
00:22 - Redn1ght There should be a series of those with different categories each year. Jari takes the: Bitch and moan! O woe is me! award.
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.
The Todd La Torre fronted version of Seattle prog veterans Queensrÿche have unveiled another brand new song from their upcoming self-titled album, which is to be released on June 24th in Europe and June 25th in North America via Century Media Records. The song entitled "Where Dreams Go To Die" features the first foray into songwriting for the band from their guitarist Parker Lungren who joined the band in 2009. The song can be heard below.
It was with great excitement that Queensrÿche just unveiled some new details about their upcoming album which we now know will simply be titled Queensrÿche. The cover artwork can be viewed below as well as the tracklist. Previously, the band released the single "Redemption" and also signed with Century Media for the release of the new album.
Queensrÿche is currently streaming the new track "Redemption", from the band's upcoming album with new vocalist Todd La Torre (ex-Crimson Glory). The yet untitled album is scheduled for release on June 10th, 2013 (Europe) and June 11th, 2013 (North America) via Century Media. For now, you can listen to "Redemption".
It is official, the Todd La Torre fronted version of Queensrÿche has signed on with Century Media Records and they will release their new album this summer, more precisely on June 10th, 2013 in Europe and June 11th in North America.
The Queensrÿche version with Todd La Torre has released a teaser for their forthcoming 2013 yet untitled album and successor to Dedicated To Chaos. The audio sample is from the new song "Redemption" and you can listen to it below.
As if having two Queensrÿches wasn't bizarre enough, now guitarist Glen Drover (ex-Megadeth) decided to leave Geoff Tate's version of Queensrÿche before they hit the road. Remember that announcement where Geoff Tate said that Rudy Sarzo, Bobby Blotzer, Glen Drover, Kelly Gray and Randy Gane would join him on future musical endeavours and tours under the Queensrÿche moniker? Well, Glen Drover is no longer part of that project.
This soap opera is brought to you by Mr. Geoff Tate. The singer has announced a new Queensrÿche line-up that will join him in future musical endeavours and plans an anniversary tour. Confused? Well, it now seems that we have two Queensrÿches, one with Geoff Tate and the newly recruited Rudy Sarzo, Bobby Blotzer, Glen Drover, Kelly Gray and Randy Gane, and the other one which is fronted by Todd La Torre.
Billboard is reporting that the inevitable happened. Queensrÿche has officially announced that the band will continue without iconic lead vocalist Geoff Tate, who will be replaced by Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre.