Todd La Torre-Fronted QUEENSRŸCHE Release New Album Trailer

November 14, 2012, 2 years ago

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QUEENSRŸCHE, now featuring frontman Todd La Torre, who replaced Geoff Tate, have posted a trailer for their forthcoming new album, due early next year and being produced by James Barton, the same engineer that worked on Operation: Mindcrime, Empire and Promised Land. Check it out below: Due to hit the studio in December to begin recording the new album, Todd La Torre recently checked in with the following update: "Listening to our demos and finishing arrangements, etc. Trust me, you will hear a severe difference in sound, style, and writing in the new Queensrÿche record as compared to the last several albums. We are very proud of what is being accomplished, and we hope the fans will find it refreshing. It's got some prog elements, heaviness, soul, darkness, and even something very radio worthy. Can't wait to have this out early next year! Thanks to all of you for your embrace and support. It matters."
The band's tour schedule is now as follows: November 24 - House Of Blues - West Hollywood, CA December 21 - Masonic Temple - Detroit, MI 29 - Marquee Theatre - Tempe, AZ January 19 - Speaking Rock Casino & Entertainment Center - El Paso, TX March 8 - Bergen Performing Arts Center - Englewood, NJ 9 - Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe, PA 14 - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi - Biloxi, MS 15 - The Ritz Ybor - Tampa, FL 16 - 20 - Monsters Of Rock Cruise - Fort Lauderdale, FL 30 - Mohegan Sun Casino - Uncasville, CT Queensrÿche's Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson and Scott Rockenfield are featured in a new interview with Robert Williams at Metal-Rules.com, conducted prior to the band's headlining performance at the South Texas Rock Fest in San Antonio, TX on October 13th. Check it out below:

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