Queensryche is preparing its 16th studio album, “Digital Noise Alliance”


Queensryche – Cat Badra Story, Photo by Silly Robot Studios

Classic metal band Queensryche will release a new studio album, “Digital Noise Alliance”, on October 7

Queensryche has announced details for their 16th studio album, “Digital Noise Alliance,” and released the music video for lead single “In Extremis.” The track marks the first piece of new music we’ve heard from the band since 2019 and features a powerful, powerful sound, with vibrant vocals from frontman Todd La Torre and heartbreaking guitars from Michael Wilton and Mike Stone. “Digital Noise Alliance” will arrive on October 7 via Century Media.

“This song is about being on your deathbed surrounded by your loved ones,” the band said in a press release. Needless to say, this won’t be a record for the faint of heart. “Hang on to the last sense available, let them know you will still hear them after the match or perceived awareness is visible. Other conceptual metaphors appear and disappear, taking note of a world that will not bend to accommodate such suffering, a universe of mockery, and a universe devoid of such abilities.

For the new album, Queensryche worked with one of their longtime producers, Zeuss. “Digital Noise Alliance” also marks the band’s fourth album with La Torre, who replaced original vocalist Geoff Tate in 2021. Bassist Eddie Jackson and drummer Casey Grillo complete the line-up. The band debuted in Bellevue, Washington in 1982 and remained a force on the metal scene for decades.

In other news, Queensryche has a big tour scheduled to open for metal greats Judas Priest this fall. The ride kicks off October 13 in Wallingford, Connecticut, and continues through November 29 in Houston, Texas. Tickets for the Judas Priest will go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 24 via Ticketmaster. For ticket information and more details on the new album, visit the official Queensryche website.



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