Queensrÿche starts recording a new album

QUEENSRŸCHE entered the studio to begin recording his new album for provisional release in late 2022. Leading the effort again is Chris “Zeuss” Harris, who already worked with the group on 2015 “Human condition” and 2019 “The verdict” LPs.

Earlier today, Zeuss went to her Instagram to share a photo of QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Casey grillobattery, and it included the following caption: “ROCK in progress .. @caseyjgrillo “

Last November, QUEENSRŸCHE a singer Todd la torre Told The Metal Voice of Canada on the progress of songwriting sessions for the band’s new album, “We have all the songs we’re going to record. We’re going to record the record at the very beginning of January.”

Regarding the musical direction of the new QUEENSRŸCHE Equipment, Todd said: “It doesn’t look like ‘The verdict’. It’s its own new kind of thing. We kind of focused more on the melodic hooks. I don’t think we thought like, ‘Oh, we have to sound the old or the new or like that.’ “

He continued, “You know what we did on that album… Every time each guy kind of submitted his own song ideas and then we kind of worked on that. But what we did on that album? was apart Eddie [Jackson, bass] – Eddie has some really cool songs that he wrote and then showed us a little bit when they were pretty much done. Then Michael [Wilton, guitar] kinda wrote some interesting chords – always staying in the keys and everything. But we all ended up in a room with our producer [Chris ‘Zeuss’ Harris] here [in Florida], and we literally started from scratch. Like, ‘Michael, What do you have?’ [And he would] find a riff. And Casey would sit on the drums, or I would sit on the drums. We were all actually in one room and we tried it out like the good old days. So this album was totally like that – pretty much everything, minus a song or two. And even that has changed a bit.

“I just burned a CD of all the demos to play in my car while driving. ” La Torre added. “And that’s cool. Hope people like it. I think these are great songs.”

Beginning of 2021, Wilton Recount The metal voice on the new QUEENSRŸCHE material: “Our producer, Zeuss, if that’s any indication, it says it looks like QUEENSRŸCHE … I think we’re just going with our instincts right now. You don’t want to take too many drastic risks these days. So I think it’s more of a continuation of ‘The verdict’, maybe, in a certain sense. We are riding this wave. It did us good. [Laughs]”

In October, Wilton has confirmed that the returning guitarist Mike stone will likely contribute to guitar solos for the band’s next studio album.

Since the end of May 2021, rock took care of the second guitar tasks in QUEENSRŸCHE, who announced in July that longtime guitarist Parker Lundgren was leaving the group to focus on “other business ventures”.

rock originally joined QUEENSRŸCHE for the 2003 album “Tribe” and stayed with the group for six years before leaving the group.

Since five years, Grillo has been filling since QUEENSRŸCHEthe original drummer Scott rockenfield, who stepped away from the group’s touring activities in early 2017 to spend time with her young son.

Beginning of October, Rockenfield filed a complaint against the other original members of the group Wilton and Jackson, alleging, among other things, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and wrongful dismissal.

QUEENSRŸCHE recently removed from SCORPIO‘reprogrammed “The nights of the city of sin” residency in Las Vegas to support JUDAS PRIEST on the “50 years of heavy metal” The North American tour will take place in March-April 2022. The tour will begin March 4 in Peoria, Illinois, and end April 13 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

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