Interviews

Interview Eddie Jackson of Queensryche

It’s been a turbulent few years in the Queensrÿche camp. With the well-publicised split with original vocalist Geoff Tate and the bitter fallout that followed now behind them, the Seattle band are entering a new chapter in their three-decade career. Supporting the release of acclaimed new album ‘Condition Hüman’ – their second with vocalist Todd La Torre – the five-piece have hit the road in the USA with The Scorpions for a run of sold-out dates in some of the country’s biggest arenas. We caught up with bassist Eddie Jackson in Rosemont, Illinois to discuss the new album, the highs and lows of Queensrÿche history, and the band’s plans for 2016. Walking the thin line: Eamon O’Neill.

Interviews

Interview with Michael Wilton (Guitars) (Soulbender and Queensryche)

Well the songwriting is progressing quite well, we have fifteen ideas right now and we are still writing. We are looking to get into the studio sometime in the fall here, and hopefully have a new Queensryche album probably April or May. First quarter of 2015

Interviews

Exclusive Interview with Geoff Tate (Vocals) (Queensryche)

At this point in my life, I would really like to work with people that I admire and people that are great players. And people that I share a creative bond with. And that’s very, very important to me. I spent 30 years with a group of people that didn’t share that. And so, it’s really a pleasure to play with enthusiastic, happy people who are really good players.

Album Reviews

Queensryche – Queensryche Review

For all the pressures and hype and expectations, we’ve got the start of something really good here. If you’re like me you are definitely wanting more, which says they have done the job they set out to.