QUEENSRŸCHE has shared a brief teaser for a brand new music, apparently titled “In Extremis”. The observe is anticipated to look on the band’s upcoming album, “Digital Noise Alliance”, due on October 7 through Century Media Data.
Final month, QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton shared a teaser for the upcoming follow-up to 2019’s “The Verdict”, and he included the next message: “Digital Noise Alliance – October 7, 2022 #Queensryche #DigitalNoiseAlliance #NewAlbum”.
“Digital Noise Alliance” was as soon as once more helmed by Chris “Zeuss” Harris, who beforehand labored with QUEENSRŸCHE on 2015’s “Situation Hüman” and “The Verdict” LPs.
This previous March, QUEENSRŸCHE singer Todd La Torre informed FOX17 Rock & Overview concerning the band’s upcoming LP: “Every music might need a little bit totally different angle and we wished to simply use actual amps and all of the classic, actual stuff that was used all through the historical past of QUEENSRŸCHE.
“We did all of the drums at a spot in Clearwater [Florida] — an enormous dwelling with probably the most superb ceiling for a drum room,” La Torre continued. “So we did all of the drums there. After which, actually, at my place [in St. Petersburg, Florida], we’re in a position to observe all of the guitars, bass and vocals.
“These days of renting thousand-dollar-a-day studios, we do not really want that anymore. And our producer Zeuss, who did the final two QUEENSRŸCHE albums — he does all Rob Zombie‘s stuff; he is a really seasoned producer, [and] he does mixing and mastering, so he is a one-stop store — he is down right here from Massachusetts. So he is dealing with all these duties. And issues are going very well. We’re having a good time.”
Final November, La Torre informed Canada’s The Steel Voice concerning the musical path of the brand new QUEENSRŸCHE materials: “It would not sound like ‘The Verdict’. It is its personal new sort of factor. We actually sort of simply targeted extra on melodic hooks. I do not suppose we went in pondering, like, ‘Oh, we have to sound old style or new or this.’”
He continued: “You realize what we did on this file… Each different time, every man would sort of submit their very own music concepts after which we might sort of work on that. However what we did on this file was, aside from Eddie [Jackson, bass] — Eddie has a few songs which are actually cool that he wrote after which confirmed us sort of after they had been just about accomplished. After which Michael sort of wrote some attention-grabbing chords — nonetheless staying throughout the keys and every little thing. However all of us acquired in a room with our right here [in Florida], and we actually began from scratch. Like, ‘Michael, what do you bought?’ [And he would] provide you with a riff. And Casey [Grillo] would sit on the drums, or I’d sit on the drums. We had been all truly in a room and simply tried it like the great previous days. So this file was completely like that — the entire thing just about, minus one or two songs. And even that modified a little bit bit.”
In early 2021, Wilton informed The Steel Voice concerning the sound of the brand new QUEENSRŸCHE music: “Our producer, Zeuss, if that is any indication, he says it appears like QUEENSRŸCHE … I believe we’re simply going with our intestine proper now. You do not wanna take too many drastic possibilities these days. So I believe it is extra of a continuation of ‘The Verdict’, possibly, in some sense. We’re using that wave. It has been good to us. [Laughs]”
In October, Wilton confirmed that returning guitarist Mike Stone would contribute guitar solos to the band’s subsequent studio album.
Since late Might 2021, Stone has been dealing with second-guitar duties in QUEENSRŸCHE, which introduced in July that longtime guitarist Parker Lundgren was exiting the group to give attention to “different enterprise ventures.”
Stone initially joined QUEENSRŸCHE for the 2003 album “Tribe” and stayed with the band for six years earlier than leaving the group.
For the previous 5 years, Grillo has been filling in for QUEENSRŸCHE‘s authentic drummer Scott Rockenfield, who stepped away from the band’s touring actions in early 2017 to spend time together with his younger son.
In early October, Rockenfield filed a lawsuit in opposition to the band’s fellow authentic members Wilton and Jackson, alleging, amongst different issues, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary obligation and wrongful discharge.
Earlier this yr, QUEENSRŸCHE pulled out of SCORPIONS‘ rescheduled “Sin Metropolis Nights” Las Vegas residency as a way to assist JUDAS PRIEST on the “50 Heavy Steel Years” North American tour dates. The trek kicked off on March 4 in Peoria, Illinois and concluded on April 13 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Photograph courtesy of QUEENSRŸCHE‘s Fb web page
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Posted by Michael Wilton on Friday, Might 20, 2022