Queensrÿche have posted a new music video for “Fallout,” the first single from their new, self-titled album. The video was filmed in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, during the annual Rock Hard Festival in May. It features footage from the band’s set, plus some behind-the-scenes shots.
Ever since Queensrÿche cleaved in two last year, its members have found themselves in separate camps. On the one side there’s founding singer Geoff Tate. On the other are three founding musicians — guitarist Michael Wilton, bassist Eddie Jackson and drummer Scott Rockenfield — who are joined by guitarist Parker Lundgren and former Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre on vocals.
Seattle rockers Queensrÿche have signed with Century Media and will release their new album June 11. The new disc will be the debut album from the current lineup of Todd La Torre (vocals), Michael Wilton (guitars), Parker Lundgren (guitars), Eddie Jackson (bass) and Scott Rockenfield (drums).
After months of rumors and inner-band strife, Queensryche have officially announced that they are parting was with singer Geoff Tate. His replacement has been announced as Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre.
Here in 2011, it feels like the electrical interwebs have been with us forever. But it wasn't always so. Once upon a time, way back in the 1990s, the internet was a strange, disconnected place. Tech-savvy fans passed info around via primitive newsgroups, and even if they used the internet to track down bootlegs of their favorite artists they still traded them as actual CDs through the mail