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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



  1. 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.

      1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Hmm. Needs more cowbell.

    This isn’t bad. It’s better than anything off of “Chaos”. I am hoping the other cuts off this album have some more grit to them.

  4. I am a big fan of this version of Queensryche for todays musical climate these guys nailed it and the others I have heard, Redemption etc. I like Geoff Tate but Todd really brings to life what I like to hear in Ryche vocals and presence. Watch the videos posted online see how well Todd interacts with the crowd taking pics with fans cameras etc. This guy being a music fan himself brings a much needed kick in the pants this band just solidified their position for at least another decade. First day buyer in June and for the record I got Tate’s Frequency Unknown too not trying to slam the guy at all I think the time apart helped both camps.

  5. I agree, Degarmo needs to be back, the last great record was Empire, his writing is really missed, neither band sounds good and the new music is weak..

  6. this is fucking excellent i am so glad they broke away from that bald lesbian singer and are starting to sound like queensryche again the hate in my eyes always gives me away

  7. I think this tune has all the Queensryche elements to it. The duelling guitars, heavy bass lines and Scott Rock’s mutliple timing drum beats. All sounds great to me – not to mention the fact that Todd LaTorre sings fantastic!!!

  8. I liked the first song that was released, but this one just bored me. I’m sure at least some of this album will be good, and better than anything they’ve done with Tate in the past few years.

  9. Well I guess I’m in the minority here but I think the song is really good. I get tired of hearing the DeGarmo crap. I mean sure he wrote some great songs but so did Wilton. Remember this DeGarmo played a huge role in the transition to Hear in the Now Frontier. If you all remember that wasn’t a very Queensryche sounding album and Tribe wasn’t that spectacular either. Horribly bad would be the album called Frequency Unknown.

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