Remastered once again for this two-disc anniversary edition, “Empire” sounds almost as good as it did in the pre-“Nevermind” era
Queensrÿche has partnered with Capitol/EMI for the September 14 release of an expanded 20th Anniversary Edition of the band’s triple platinum-certified breakout album, “Empire.”
If the very nature of being progressive is to be innovative and always moving forward, then Detroit area rockers Tiles certainly adhere to and embrace that philosophy.
Queensryche’s self-titled EP, released on the band’s own 206 Records back in 1983, is a great record. The autographed version from the fan club is even better.
The music industry is gasping for breath. Metal is still considered outside of the mainstream despite a recent resurgence. And veteran rockers are not exactly hip in America.
But Seattle-based metal legends Queensrÿche — core members vocalist Geoff Tate, guitarist Michael Wilton, bassist Eddie Jackson, and drummer Scott Rockenfield — keep marching to their own beat and are surviving and thriving in a business that is experiencing massive upheaval.
by Michael Popke — If you frequent online progressive-rock communities, you’ve no doubt seen the question “What is prog?” posted countless times. …
Queensrÿche’s new video promoting the band’s upcoming album American Soldier will make its worldwide debut on a website serving active and veteran members of the military.