Queensryche have launched a new album pre-order campaign and are offering a unique opportunity to invest in the band's future earnings.
William La Torre, 73, reportedly died of a gunshot wound to the head on Oct. 16. Investigators have officially deemed the death as a suicide.
Geoff Tate will be auctioning the backdrop from his Queensryche farewell tour in order to raise funds for beating victim Bryan Stow.
Geoff Tate parted ways with the Queensryche name, but not without a fat stack of cash in return.
Geoff Tate reveals in a new interview that his ousting from Queensryche came as a surprise, especially given where the band was in their career.
Geoff Tate will utilize Operation: Mindcrime as the name of his band after his usage of the Queensryche name runs out.
With legal matters no longer hanging over their heads, the members of Queensryche have returned to work on new music. The five-piece of Todd LaTorre, Eddie Jackson, Parker Lundgren, Scott Rockenfield and Michael Wilton have begun the writing process for the follow-up to their self-titled 2013 album.
Earlier this week, Queensryche and their former frontman Geoff Tate revealed that a settlement had been reached that detailed each act's future plans concerning the name. The remaining members of the band will retain the name, while Tate has obtained the right to perform the group's 'Operation: Mindcrime' album and its sequel. But before the agreement kicks in, Tate will have one final trek under the Queensryche moniker that he's utilized over the past year since his ousting from the band.
After some very public feuding, it appears as though Queensyrche and their former frontman Geoff Tate have come to an amicable split. While nothing was confirmed as of last week, it was noticeable that Tate's website was now billing him as "The Voice of Queensryche," suggesting that the long-rumored settlement had been finalized.