Queensryche

A well-respected progressive metal band, Queensryche sold more than 6 million albums in the U.S. alone between 1988-94, a period that included their signature project 'Operation: Mindcrime.' Guitarist Michael Wilton, bassist Eddie Jackson and drummer Scott Rockenfield remain from the original lineup, formed in 1982 at Bellevue, Wash. Original guitarist and principal songwriter Chris DeGarmo left in 1997, followed by frontman Geoff Tate left in 2012, but not before Queensryche had logged sales of more than 20 million albums worldwide on the strength of songs like "Silent Lucidity" from 1990's 'Empire.' Tate now leads his own band called Operation: Mindcrime; Queensryche replaced him with Todd La Torre.

Top 10 Queensryche Songs
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...
Hear Queensryche’s New Song ‘Redemption’
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&apo…

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