Queensryche's Dark Reverie

2019-01-15 by daysofthunder | 7 Comments
American metal veterans Queensryche have released the second single entitled "Dark Reverie" from their upcoming album The Verdict.

The LP, due out March 1, will most notably feature singer Todd La Torre taking up drum duties as well as vocals, according to a report from Blabbermouth that has been confirmed by the band themselves. Original drummer Scott Rockenfield has been on hiatus since the birth of his son in 2017, while Kamelot's Casey Grillo has been filling in for him on the road ever since.

It's unconfirmed if Grillo will return this spring when the band tours with Fates Warning to support the new album.

You can listen to "Dark Reverie" here:



Source: http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/queensryche-confirms-singer-todd-la-torre-played-drums-on-new-album-the-verdict/?fbclid=IwAR1Oeiq2coy6D6w2wPufaVbMFdSHvX0HncyiWx4P M8ayuJiFQJSKMJgtJRw

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judasgoat
January 16th 2019
298 Comments


I like this track. These kind of moody tracks are something this lineup of QR does really well, like A World Without, Bulletproof, etc.

Still looking forward to this record quite a bit, QR have been on a winning streak album wise ever since they dumped Tate tbh.

ksoflas
January 16th 2019
1277 Comments


Cool track.

Sabrutin
January 16th 2019
6369 Comments


Def better than the first single, closest they've got to a Warning sound. The part between 1:24~1:44 is cool. Between this song and the Mindcrimey solo section of Man the Machine the new album might be the most Ryche sounding music with La Torre so far.

SRock not drumming on the album is a tough blow (fatal for many I'm sure) but we kinda knew for a long while who was recording in his place, it didn't go too bad in this song. Also he is still in the band it seems, so I'm hopeful he'll be back as soon as he feels his paternity leave is done. Respectable reason if you ask me.

ksoflas
January 16th 2019
1277 Comments


Wow I didn't know that about Scott. It's a pity but every parent understands his decision. Lovely drummer.

Ikarus14
January 18th 2019
1358 Comments


Sweet. Looking forward to this album now.

CaliggyJack
January 19th 2019
2832 Comments


I hope this is more of their s/e and less of Human tbqh.

TheNotrap
January 20th 2019
11802 Comments


Song has its moments

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