Queensrÿche  [CD]
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- SubgenreHeavy Metal,Album Rock,Progressive Metal,Prog-Rock
- Original Release Date2013-06-25
- Release Date06-25-2013
- Original Release Date06-25-2013
- Album Level FlagsStudio Recording
- Release Level FlagsStudio Recording
- No Of Songs11
- Album Length2102 seconds
- Explicit ContentNo
- Style(s)Heavy Metal, Album Rock, Progressive Metal, Prog-Rock
- LabelCentury Media
- Product NameQueensrÿche  [CD]
- Vendor GenrePop/Rock
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Fantastic Reboot of the RychePosted .
For all the long time Queensryche fans like myself you have been desperately waiting for some glimmer of hope there is steam left in the QR songwriting. The ST album is a complete reboot with Wilton and Jackson writing the music. Todd sounds incredible (Tate like - sometimes) but the similarities are not overwhelming. The songs are revitalized and production is good. If you are looking for Mindcrime or Rage - don't. It took me a few listens before I really "got" the new CD.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
With the ugly divorce between Queensryche and Geoff Tate, I would have hoped that the "real" version of Queensryche's album would have been as good as it was hyped up to be. As a long, long, long time Queensryche fan, I do feel that Todd La Torre is an excellent singer and a decent replacement for GT. But I feel this album seems to be rushed, short, and weak. Hopefully their next release would better...I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Queensrÿche Posted .
Excellent return to the classic sound of Queensrÿche.I would recommend this to a friend