Queensryche album news
2011-05-05 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 21 Comments
Seattle progressive rock band Queensryche will be releasing their twelfth studio album, Dedicated To Chaos, on June 28 through Loud & Proud Records.

Drummer Scott Rockenfield described the upcoming album in an interview with Attention Deficit Delirium as such:

"I add a lot of film score elements or sound effects [into my drum work], especially on the new thing we’re working on right now. Geoff and I have really spent a lot of time together redesigning the Queensryche thing, which you're going to love. It's huge rock but with a great dance vibe to it, real modern dance. It's kind of like 'Rage' ['For Order'] through a time tunnel, bringing it into the now. There are a lot of electronic elements to it. It's a big rock thing that is going to have a lot of color to it — it's good and really intense."


Dedicated To Chaos tracklist:

01. Get Started
02. Hot Spot Junkie
03. Got It Bad
04. Around The World
05. Higher
06. Retail Therapy
07. At The Edge
08. Broken
09. Hard Times
10. Drive
11. I Believe
12. Luvnu
13. Wot We Do
14. I Take You
15. The Lie
16. Big Noize

Dedicated To Chaos artwork:

http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/soulflypremiere/queensdedicated.jpg
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Willie
Moderator
May 6th 2011
16145 Comments


So, Rage for Order is my favorite Queensryche album. I like electronic music and don't mind dance music. The album cover is cool, their last album was a huge step up -- what could possibly go wrong....

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psykonaut
May 6th 2011
3913 Comments


these guys are still alive? whoa

RosaParks
May 6th 2011
15044 Comments


ugh i have a feeling this will suck

beefshoes
May 6th 2011
4353 Comments


I am beyond stoked.
Rage For Order is amazing.


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Xenorazr
May 6th 2011
462 Comments


Love the album cover. Skeptical about the album itself.

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
May 6th 2011
2041 Comments


Scott: "We're good again now. No, seriously this time."

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scissorlocked
May 6th 2011
3511 Comments


let's hope this will be good

Rage for Order was a phenomenal album

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Sound
May 6th 2011
3904 Comments


Talking about dancable stuff, the closest it came to that kind of vibe on RfO was Gonna Get Close to You. I wouldn't mind if the songs were like that song but I doubt they'll ever release songs like Walk in the Shadows, Killing Words or London again.


Gmork89
May 6th 2011
5563 Comments


This sounds like something to look forward to.

afghanwhigger
May 6th 2011
67 Comments


I'm really curious to hear what this sounds like... I loved everything up to and incuding Empire. After Empire I felt they were just going through the motions.

sleepyhead
May 6th 2011
593 Comments


there's about a 1% chance this will be decent

Makemebad35
May 6th 2011
765 Comments


Yeah, true^^

I consider Queensryche my all around favorite because I grew up with their albums and always listened to them as a kid. Pretty much the only band I listened to for quite some time when I was young. It is good to see them still putting effort into their music but sad they haven't really released anything really good since Promise Land. It would be nice to be pleasantly surprised by this CD but don't think that will happen =

KILL
May 6th 2011
72280 Comments


if its good then oh man

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LepreCon
May 6th 2011
4156 Comments


Doesn't sound like it'll be my bag but sure they're last one was okay I dunno

omnipanzer
May 6th 2011
21660 Comments


"there's about a 1% chance this will be decent"

I concur sir.

Yazz_Flute
May 7th 2011
18873 Comments


Rage For Order was like 30 years ago.

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crowing51
May 8th 2011
3463 Comments


I love this band, hopefully it won't suck.

Sound
May 8th 2011
3904 Comments


Same here. I hope there's some truth to the Rage for Order reference. Also the 'big rock thing' makes me think that it could possibly be a mix between Empire and Rage.


subliminalnirvanaist
May 10th 2011
82 Comments


I loved some of their older stuff like Rage and Empire but I have a feeling this will suck. Should have called quits like 15 years ago

Willie
Moderator
May 17th 2011
16145 Comments


Amazon has 30 second samples of every song on their website. This sounds like it's going to be terrible. Like Hear in the Now Frontier lows...

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0050VI6BY/

backtothe80s
May 28th 2011
40 Comments


Rock with a dance vibe? Seriously? I loved OM, although I haven't heard much besides that. And judging on what people have been saying about pretty much every album since Empire, I am seriously not looking forward to hearing this.

One more note: Experimenting can yield good things, but if what you had before wasn't broke, why the hell would you fix it?



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