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Leading up to the release on Tuesday (April 23) of ‘Frequency Unknown’ from Geoff Tate’s Queensryche, fans were quite critical of the quality of the sound they heard through previews made available on digital retailers. Tate and company have come to the table with a solution though, remixing the disc and offering free replacements to any fans that purchased the release and are unhappy.
Music has unfortunately taken a backseat to the airing of dirty laundry for veteran hard rockers Queensryche of late, what with the group’s acrimonious parting of ways from lead singer Geoff Tate and controversial decision to carry on with new arrival Todd La Torre. But long before
The remarkable drama surrounding Queensryche continues, as the Geoff Tate edition of the band will remix its forthcoming album 'Frequency Unknown.' His label, Deadline Music/Cleopatra Records, made the decision after fans complained about the sound on the samples they released.
With new vocalist Todd La Torre firmly ensconced in the lineup, the Geoff Tate-less version of Queensryche is getting ready to hit fans with a brand new album on June 10. But you don't have to wait until summer to hear new music from the band -- in fact, they've just debuted the record's leadoff single, 'Redemption.'
Given that Geoff Tate responded to being fired from Queensryche by simply going off and starting his own Queensryche, most of us expected the two camps to spend the next several years sniping at each other in the press -- and that's pretty much the way it's still going down.
The members of Queensryche that split with vocalist Geoff Tate last summer have signed a new record deal with Century Media Records, and announced their first album with vocalist Todd La Torreis on the way. Century Media is a company whose A&R representative officially supported Tate's injunction to prevent anyone from using the name Queensryche until legal issues were settled. That injunction was denied last July.
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