QUEENSRŸCHE - New Album Featured On Metal Express Radio's Daily Album Premiere This Thursday

QUEENSRŸCHE's new album, Dedicated To Chaos, will be featured on Metal Express Radio's 30 minute […]
By The Beast
July 6, 2011

QUEENSRŸCHE's new album, Dedicated To Chaos, will be featured on Metal Express Radio's 30 minute Daily Album Premiere on Thursday, July 7th, offering the fans a listen to some of the material. Tune in here at 6:00 and 18:00 CET (midnight and 12:00 noon EST) to check it out.

Dedicated To Chaos was released via Roadrunner Records/Loud & Proud on June 28th in North America. The tracklist is as follows:

'Get Started'
'Hot Spot Junkie'
'Got It Bad'
'Around The World'
'Retail Therapy'
'At The Edge'
'Hard Times'
'I Believe'
'Wot We Do'
'I Take You'
'The Lie'
'Big Noize'

Billboard.com has posted a new feature on Queensrÿche and Dedicated To Chaos. The album will be sold as a standard album, as a special edition with four bonus tracks and as a special edition bundled with a t-shirt and a lithograph. Aside from autographing 2,000 prints for the bundle, Queensrÿche signed another 4,000 posters to give away at Trans World. A video for the track 'Wot We Do' is posted at Queensryche.com to inspire fans to make videos that show their own personal interests. One winner will receive a gift package that includes a private dinner with band members.

The band is currently auctioning two bunks on its tour bus-a chance to travel as part of Queensrÿche's entourage-in the United Kingdom July 15-24 when it performs in support of JUDAS PRIEST. The group will then tour the United States (July 29-October 2) as An Evening With Queensrÿche to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Drummer Scott Rockenfield attributes "50% of our longevity [to] nurturing fans and giving them what they deserve . . . If we don't have them, we don't have a career."

Manager Susan Tate, who's married to Geoff and has been handling the band for about 10 years, says: "Queensrÿche doesn't want to put their name on as many things as they can. There's a quality to them, and they really care about their music. It's not about, 'How can we sell out as quick as possible and make the most money that we can?' " She thinks that what really keeps Queensrÿche ticking is that its members still love what they do. Her husband's comments about the track "Get Started," about a relationship that's only getting warmed up after 20 years, reflect that passion.

"I don't think of myself as winding down. I feel like I'm pretty vital and I've got a lot of ideas," Geoff says. "I'm still deeply in love with music and playing in the band and performing, and I'm not slowing down."

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