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New LP "Frequency Unknown" Pulled By Geoff Tate's Queensryche After Singer Hears It
Geoff Tate has pulled the upcoming "Frequency Unknown" LP from his version of Queensryche, which consists of the singer and guest musicians. The album is due out later this month through Cleopatra Records, but could be delayed due to what was termed as "sound problems." Apparently, after the album was pressed and packaged for release, the disgruntled singer finally listened to it and was not satisfied at all with what he heard. Employing the services of a new producer/engineer, Tate hopes to correct what now has been dubbed "soundryche" without having to re-record his vocal tracks. The band's former producer indicated that he was just following the direction indicated through the album's literal title and had no idea there was any "hidden message" to the "other Queensryche."
In what can only be deemed as an "odd coincidence," the album was pulled just after Scott Rockenfield's Queenryche, featuring Todd La Torre on vocals, released the new track "Redemption," from the band's upcoming, yet untitled album, due out on June 10, 2013 (EU) and June 11, 2013 (North America).
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