Another new Queensryche song

2013-05-20 by lostforwords | 23 Comments
"Where Dreams Go to Die",the second track off of the new, eponymous Queensryche album can be streamed below. "Queensryche", as the Todd La Torre-fronted version of the band has decided to name the album, is set for a 6.25.2013 release.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9KOvIdk8gc&feature=player_embedded

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Jruined
May 20th 2013
1301 Comments


I'm not cringing as I listen. That is a plus. Not wow'd but not feeling embarrassed for them either.

Zeiu
May 20th 2013
189 Comments


A lot better than the other queensyrche, only other stuff I heard from them was Operation Mindcrime, it's not close to as good to that stuff but... still better than the other queensyrche.

Ire
May 20th 2013
41861 Comments


i really want this to rule but nah : /

op mindcrime was a fluke

NapalmCrusader
May 20th 2013
1737 Comments


Don't care about both versions of this band. They went donwhill after the promised and dedicated to chaos kill them. Now if you exucse is time to hear operation mindcrime

Ire
May 20th 2013
41861 Comments


at least it isnt andcas

Mabbitt
May 20th 2013
1424 Comments


Song is decent.

Treeman
May 21st 2013
1263 Comments


the literacy rate of sputnik is dropping

dannyboy89
May 21st 2013
13175 Comments


Truly amazing. It feels great to hear a band come back from the dead.

KjSwantko
May 21st 2013
9449 Comments


Pretty bad. But still miles above recent Tate.

dannyboy89
May 21st 2013
13175 Comments


^Dude, with all due respect, these guys already made their best albums. Right now, all I want is a decent one.

lostforwords
May 21st 2013
447 Comments


Surprisingly, I liked this a lot. Somewhere between Promised Land and Rage For Order (not that good of course)

KjSwantko
May 21st 2013
9449 Comments


No doubt, Danny. Agreed.

tempest--
May 21st 2013
16411 Comments


this is a terribly written article [123]

darkknight3993
May 21st 2013
26 Comments


Holy shit, could they make that video more annoying?

tempest--
May 21st 2013
16411 Comments


damn snare drum sounds like a piece of ass

lostforwords
May 21st 2013
447 Comments


What's wrong with the article????

tempest--
May 21st 2013
16411 Comments


It'll be easier for me to just re-write it for you, lol.

The second new track from the Todd LaTorre fronted version of Queensryche, "Where Dreams Go to Die", is streaming now on YouTube. The song comes from their upcoming self titled album, Queensryche, due for release on 25 June.

ksoflas
May 21st 2013
682 Comments


Not bad at all. True Ryche are here!

Hoppoman
May 21st 2013
672 Comments


Better than Tatesryche.

Mad.
May 21st 2013
4435 Comments


this is a terribly written article [124]

Haha how ironic is it that the article poster's username is "lostforwords"...

YouGotLucky
May 21st 2013
946 Comments


For me these guys have failed too many times to redeem themselves. I know that saying - something like ''it's never too late'' or whatever, but yeah it is for this band and Tate as well. Tate is HORRIBLE. At least you can laugh at him though, seriously one of the funniest albums of last year was his solo album.

NickGrouwen
May 21st 2013
80 Comments


Hookless crap. The twin guitars sounded so forced. Drums sound like pots and pans.

dannyboy89
May 21st 2013
13175 Comments


Better than Tatesryche.[2]



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