Recently, I was given the opportunity to review the new album by Ottowa natives, Chariots of the Gods, called Tides of War released this past January and this is definitely a band to watch out for in the future.
In today’s From The Vault, I wanted to add a Top 10 list of the albums I would consider my Top 10 albums of the 80′s. This wasn’t easy because there are so many albums that I wanted to include and when I asked many of my friends what their Top 10 would be, I heard so [...]
In today’s metal world, not only can you see your all-time favorite band, but you now have the option of hearing them a second time with a different lineup. Great White and L.A. Guns are a few of the bands that due to personality conflicts, band fighting, creativity issues, etc have decided that instead of breaking up and starting [...]
Former Queensryche singer Geoff Tate has broken his silence regarding his split with Queensryche. In an exclusive interview with Rolling Stone, Geoff says that he was fired from Queensryche and that a lawsuit is pending. Some excerpts of the Rolling Stone interview are below:
When exactly did the tensions within Queensryche first surface?
Former Queensryche singer Geoff Tate has announced that he has signed a worldwide recording contract with InsideOut Music. Geoff said of his new endeavor:
“I’m very excited to join forces with InsideOut Music,” says Tate of his multi-album deal. “They are very committed to progressive music and care deeply for their artists, working [...]
Queensryche has officially announced that they have departed ways with singer Geoff Tate and replaced him with former Crimson Glory member Todd La Torre. Scott Rockenfield released the following statement regarding the split:
This week’s Hail of the Week takes us to a band from Lewiston, Maine. Formed in 2006 under the name Against the Grain, the band decided that Suns of Darkness would be a better fit for this 3 piece band’s mission. Suns of Darkness counts Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Queensryche and Fates Warning as some [...]