Queensryche Streaming 'Where Dreams Go To Die'

05/21/2013
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(Classic Rock) The version of Queensryche fronted by Todd La Torre have released new track "Where Dreams Go To Die." It's taken from their self-titled album, due out on June 24 via Century Media.

Two versions of the band exist, the other fronted by sacked singer Geoff Tate, until a legal battle over the band name is decided in November. La Torre recently lashed out at Tate for calling his album Frequency Unknown and illustrating it with an image concentrating on the initial letters "FU."

"A monkey can decipher what that is," he said. "It's below the belt. To me, it's not what Queensryche was about. Queensryche wasn't about the cheap shots; it was always more respectful and intelligent than that. It's immature, it's angry it's stupid." Check out the new song here.

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