QUEENSRYCHE! When your favorite band comes to town, take the time to go see them. In my particular case, try and get a photo pass. The show was introduced by Eddie Trunk (That Metal Show) and quickly turned into one of the best concerts I have seen by any band. All of the band’s 30 years of music were represented. My first time hearing “Warning” performed live and for many of the fans they hadn’t heard that song since the mid-1980s.
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Another new track from the upcoming self-titled Queensrÿche album was released today. Ear candy. First listen blew me away. Nobody really understands how much suffering the fans have endured ever since the former lead singer’s family started messing with this band’s mojo. They all got the boot and what we have now is a functional band […]
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A little video explaining what I brought to the show: I am a huge fan of Queensryche. Their boxed set has been in my car for over a decade. In the past year they fired Geoff Tate as lead singer. Enter Todd La Torre. First of all Todd has an awesome attitude and I never […]
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