Queensryche Tour 2021

Queensryche are an American heavy/progressive metal outfit hailing from Bellevue, Washington. Formed in 1982, the band currently consists of new frontman Todd La Torre and guitarist Parker Lundgren alongside longtime members Michael Wilton on guitar, Eddie Jackson on bass, and drummer Scott Rockenfield.

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    Releasing their debut LP, ‘The Warning’ back in 1984, Queensryche would go on to find a lot of success in the early ’90s, breaking into the US Top 10 with ‘Empire’ and then the Top 3 with their next effort ‘Promised Land’, both of which earned them platinum discs.

    Still going strong, despite them kicking out original vocalist Geoff Tate and replacing him with former Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre, they toured the UK and Europe in summer 2015, supporting their latest record, ‘Condition Hüman’, which hit shelves in October.

    Following a period of touring the record and a rest, Queensryche returned to the studio to work on their next album, ‘The Verdict’, which arrived in March 2019 and sees support from tours in the UK, Europe, North America this year and into 2020. Check below to find the dates and get tickets!

    Queensryche History and Biography

    Queensryche are an American heavy/progressive metal outfit hailing from Bellevue, Washington. Formed in 1982, the band currently consists of new frontman Todd La Torre and guitarist Parker Lundgren alongside longtime members Michael Wilton on guitar, Eddie Jackson on bass, and drummer Scott Rockenfield.

    Releasing their debut LP, ‘The Warning’ back in 1984, Queensryche would go on to find a lot of success in the early ’90s, breaking into the US Top 10 with ‘Empire’ and then the Top 3 with their next effort ‘Promised Land’, both of which earned them platinum discs.

    Still going strong, despite them kicking out original vocalist Geoff Tate and replacing him with former Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre, they toured the UK and Europe in summer 2015, supporting their latest record, ‘Condition Hüman’, which hit shelves in October.

    Following a period of touring the record and a rest, Queensryche returned to the studio to work on their next album, ‘The Verdict’, which arrived in March 2019 and sees support from tours in the UK, Europe, North America this year and into 2020. Check above to find the dates and get tickets!

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