TODD LA TORRE FRONTED QUEENSRYCHE STREAMING NEW SONG “WHERE DREAMS GO TO DIE” ONLINE

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2499059-queensryche-new-617-409 The Todd La Torre fronted version of Quuensryche is streaming a new song called Where Dreams Go To Die from their self titled album due June 25th via Century Media Records. Listen to Where Dreams Go To Die below.

The track listing for Queensrÿche is:

1. X2
2. Where Dreams Go To Die
3. Spore
4. In This Light
5. Redemption
6. Vindication
7. Midnight Lullaby
8. A World Without
9. Don’t Look Back
10. Fallout
11. Open Road

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  • Rob on

    Excellent song from the band that deserves to wear the Queensryche name! Todd is an excellent vocalist!


  • Don on

    Let me go on record as saying that I really want to like this version of Ryche and can’t stand Tate and the Minions – but this song sucks. Seriously both these versions of the band need to call it a day and admit that without Chris Degarmo their respective music is simply uninspiring and a pathetic attempt at hard rock (never mind actually being anything close to resembling metal). I’ll still see this version live just to see their take on the classics – but gawd all this new Ryche music sucks. Chris you need to land the plane for a couple of years and show all these guys how it was when you were one of the leaders of this once great band.


    • Lee on

      Wow pretty harsh judgements here after only two songs. I hope none of you guys ever have jury duty.


    • Don on

      If the crime was writing weak material Lee, yes they all would be guilty. Name the last great song anyone of these versions of the band have put out in the last 10-15 years.


  • Tom Mody on

    Wasn’t Degarmo responsible for much of Empire and Hear in the Now Frontier? I have great respect for DeGarmo but this song rocks harder than most of the songs on those 2 albums yet maintains the melodic Rage for Order feel. And it was written by Parker Lundgren of all people. Ryche is just fine without Degarmo and Tate.


  • Dan on

    This sux! It sounds like they found someone who sounds a lot like Geoff. Thanks for saving me some money.


  • Charlie on

    I think this is a brave attempt to sound and resemble the Queensryche we love, not bad.


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