Celebrating the release of their sixteenth studio album, Digital Noise Alliance, Queensrÿche have announced the 2023 Digital Noise Alliance Tour! The band has just wrapped up a Fall run in North America supporting Judas Priest on the 50 Heavy Metal Years Tour, and will now launch their first headlining campaign in the US supporting DNA!

Commenting on their upcoming live shows, Queensrÿche share, We are very excited to be doing this headline tour in support of our most recent album, Digital Noise Alliance.

This touring package is amped up and very much looking forward to seeing all of you! Come on out and let’s have a great time together, as live music is as vibrant as ever once again.”

Direct support on the Digital Noise Alliance Tour comes from Marty Friedman, with Trauma opening the night for each show. A complete list of dates can be seen below.

Queensrÿche – 2023 Digital Noise Alliance Tour wsg. Marty Friedman + Trauma:


3 – Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live
4 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
5 – Jacksonville, FL @ Florida Theatre
7 – Destin, FL @ Club LA
9 – San Antonio, TX @ The Vibes Event Center
10 – Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
11- Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues
12 – Midland, TX @ La Hacienda Event Center
14 – Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
16 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
17 – El Cajon, CA @ House Of Blues
21- Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
22- Seattle, WA @ The Neptune Theatre
24- Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre
25- Kansas City, KS @ Knuckleheads Saloon
26 – St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
28- Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
29- Ft. Wayne, IN @ The Clyde Theatre
31 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall


1- Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
2 – Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
4- Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
5 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theater
7 – Boston, MA @ The Palladium
8 – Huntington, NY @ The Paramount
10 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
11- Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
12 – Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
14- Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl
15- Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Heaven)
16- St. Petersberg, FL @ Jannus Live

In addition to announcing their upcoming headline tour, Queensrÿche have released a new music video for the track Sicdeth off Digital Noise Alliance. Speaking about the song and video, Todd La Torre shares:

‘Sicdeth is an abstract tale about convicted killers and the fallout of those attached on both sides. How can the victims’ and the assailants’ families overcome such pain? The inmate now has only their mind with which to escape. The song lyrics discretely touch on the very polarizing convicted murderer Jody Arias. The video however was more tailored to the Aileen Wuornos case.”

[Dana’s note: Warning: video contains graphic and disturbing images.]

With a career that not only spans, but has charted the course of multiple genres, Queensrÿche remains a force in their own right. Digital Noise Alliance Queensrÿche’s 16th studio album continues their ever-evolving legacy.

Once again teaming up with producer Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Hatebreed), Digital Noise Alliance not only refracts the band’s past accomplishments but also pushes into the band’s future. It is the band effortlessly moving from strength to strength: immediate and thought-provoking.

Previously released from Digital Noise Alliance: Hold On, Forest, Behind The Walls and In Extremis.

Queensrÿche is:

Eddie Jackson: bass

Michael Wilton: guitar

Todd La Torre: vocals

Casey Grillo: drums

Mike Stone: guitar

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4 Responses

  1. This lineup isn’t Queensryche. Band should change their name to Rising West like they did 10 years ago, when La Torre joined the band, to play a few hometown shows. I think, at least then, the band would have more credibility.

    1. Well Geff Tate put out two releases without original members until he lost the name. I think this version of Queensryche sounds heavier than ever. Todd’s voice is a perfect fit! The band sounds great.
      The three releases with the band called Operation Mindcrime is not bad at all.I own all 3 and listen to them often. Geff Tate is the heart of Queensryche!! I cant stop listening to Rage of Order all these years later. But without a great band he stuggles as we saw in his solo releases. I will go see these guys on this tour for sure!

    2. Well then, Foreigner ain’t Foreigner.
      At least there are some Queensryche members still in the band.

      I’m OK with moving on with a new singer, especially when it breathes new life in a band.
      Dio after Ozzy, Brian after Bon, Bruce after Paul, Sammy after Dave, and Ripper after Rob… just kidding Dana!
      Love the “new” versions of Queensryche, Accept, and Skid Row.

  2. These guys have been touring beasts lately, saw them twice opening for Priest. This (new) album took a few spins for me to like, but I give it a thumbs up. Interestingly enough, I like the slow song, “Forest,” the best.

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