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In 2013, Queensrÿche is broken into two camps that both use the group's name. One camp is led by singer Geoff Tate, who issued Frequency Unknown in April. The other camp is this one, with all the other members of Queensrÿche and former Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre. It's up to every fan to decide which side to favor, but this version of the group does the legacy proud. With La Torre also at the writing table with the rest of the group, the result is an all-for-one mentality that translates to a band playing with fire in its belly. There's no wasted space. Although it features nine tracks and two intros (plus two live bonus cuts on the deluxe version), the album cruises like an EP. A tune like "Vindication" is reminiscent of Queensrÿche's late-'80s/early-'90s prime. "A World Without" (with the spooky intro "Midnight Lullaby") is a prime metal ballad with a Michael Kamen–like orchestration that (along with the "X2/Where Dreams Go to Die" slow jam) captures the dynamics that always gave the group an edge over its competition. Queensrÿche isn't afraid of melody or complexity. When it decides to rock—"Spore," "Don't Look Back"—it makes everything sound easy.

Customer Reviews

They are back

The songs blow anything Tate has ever done away

This is just wrong

This is the worst album I've ever heard. Queensryche IS NO MORE!!!

Queensryche……They way they are meant to be….

Wow! Oh Wow! Crunching metal, searing vocals…..smoking guitars……thundering drums….and this album just gets better with each listen! Simply smoking hot! Better than FU….well, let's say…..FU is ground beef…this is prime rib…..


Formed: 1981 in Bellevue, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although they were initially grouped with the legions of pop-metal bands that dominated the American heavy metal scene of the '80s, Queensrÿche were one of the most distinctive bands of the era. Where their contemporaries built on the legacy of Van Halen, Aerosmith, and Kiss, Queensrÿche constructed a progressive form of heavy metal that drew equally from the guitar pyrotechnics of post-Van Halen metal and '70s art rock, most notably Pink Floyd and Queen. After releasing a handful of ignored albums,...
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