Preview Clip Of New Song "Redemption" Streaming From Queensryche
Queensryche is streaming a preview snippet of the new track "Redemption." The song will appear on the band's yet untitled new album, which is targeted for release in 2013. The album is the first to feature new vocalist Todd LaTorre, who replaced the outgoing Geoff Tate in a highly publicized split last summer.
Earlier this month, LaTorre resigned from Florida power/progressive act Crimson Glory stating: "Crimson Glory was the catalyst that exposed me to the world as an undiscovered vocalist, and I am very thankful to them. Special thanks also to the amazing fans for their acceptance and support of not only Crimson Glory, but their continued support to me as an artist. Lastly, I sincerely wish my friends in Crimson Glory the absolute very best, both personally and professionally."
Check out "Redemption" here:
In addition, LaTorre posted a clip of a new track called "Stardust," which is a raw demo of a track to appear on a forthcoming solo album, which is still in the writing phase. Check it out here:
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