With 'The Warning,' Queensryche aimed to consolidate the gains made overseas by way of an initial EP.
After many years and a lot of legal drama, former Queensryche singer Geoff Tate performed under the band's name for the final time on Aug. 30, marking the end of an era for longtime fans.
Now that their legal battles are over, Queensryche's morale has improved considerably.
Former frontman Geoff Tate will rename his band after Queensryche's best-known project, 'Operation: Mindcrime.'
The band gave a few more details regarding the settlement they had with former lead singer Geoff Tate.
The slow-motion breakup of Queensryche is finally complete, with both sides issuing a new statement hailing an "amicable settlement."
The official settlement hasn't been announced yet, but it appears that Geoff Tate can now bill himself as "The Voice of Queensryche."
It appears that the feud between Geoff Tate and the other members of Queensryche has come to an end.