Queensryche have released a lyric video for the song, Man The Machine. It is taken from the band’s forthcoming album, The Verdict due to arrive on March 1st through Century Media. listen below.

To read more about this forthcoming release, and to view tour dates, please go here.

For the past 18 months, drummer Scott Rockenfield has been taking time off from Queensryche’s touring activities to spend time with his young son, who was born in early 2017. Filling in for him is former Kamelot drummer Casey Grillo.

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  • DR Is Live on

    I love this song. Even if I could have Tate back in this line up I would take Todd.

  • Tyger of Pan Tang on

    Hi Dana,
    The link to the Queensryche tour dates is dead.

    • Dana on

      Thank you, Tyger,

      It should be fixed now. Of course, let me know if there are still issues.

      D 🙂

  • MikeyMan on

    Upon first listen, I like it!
    Todd La Torre sounds a lot like Tate here, which is good.
    Long wait for release though.

  • Keith G on

    I have loved both releases from Queensryche with Todd L. on vocals, and this one sounds like another winner. I thought he sounded the most like Geoff T. on the first record, and on the second record he started bringing in his own style a little more. I hope that trend continues on “The Verdict”. Queensryche started losing it’s way for me on “Q2K” in 1999, and it just got steadily worse up to “American Soldier” in 2009. I know that Chris Degarmo was a major driver of their songwriting, and his leaving left a big void that Geoff Tate took over. His leadership, in my opinion, took them away from their “classic” Queensryche sound that most fans wanted. The last two albums with Todd L. brought them back to the “classic” sound that I have loved since “The Warning” in 1984.

  • SparkyDR99 on

    No Tate, No DeGarmo and now they are hiding the fact that Rockingfield has been out of the band for 2 years. Give me a break. Who’s writing these songs? Pass.

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