Queensrÿche have PledgeMusic campaign to raise funds for next studio album
Queensrÿche have decided to use PledgeMusic to raise funds for their next studio album, which does not currently have a release date.
The band’s PledgeMusic site states:
We have been locked in the studio for the last few months and are still hard at work crafting the new Queensryche album! We always take pride in the music we create and it is you, the loyal supporters, that have allowed us to grow and evolve as a band.
We hope you continue to support us with our forthcoming effort and that you’re as excited as we are for this one!
We’re excited to kick off the album pre-order by offering it here on Pledge, with some exclusives you can’t get anywhere else! While we don’t have an official release date as of yet, we believe the record will be in your hands before the new year. We will be sharing updates here prior to sharing them on our other social platforms.
Thank you for your continued and unwavering support and we can’t wait to start the next chapter with all of you!
Queensrÿche‘s last studio album Condition Hüman finished at #7 on the Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2015 and #10 on the Sleaze Roxx Readers’ Top 20 Albums of 2015. Sleaze Roxx stated the following with respect to that latter finish: “Just like in 2013, Queensrÿche and their former frontman Geoff Tate have released albums within a few months of each other. Queensrÿche have once again left Tate far behind in their rearview mirror as the Seattle rockers’ new album Condition Hüman has been hailed as possibly the best album Queensrÿche have ever done and easily the best since Empire. Tate‘s band Operation: Mindcrime on the other hand continued Tate‘s musical experimentation which resulted in The Key not receiving one vote for the Sleaze Roxx Readers’ Top 20 Albums of 2015. With Queensrÿche clearly demonstrating that they are able to recapture the magic of their glory years with Condition Hüman, there seems little to no doubt now that the person who led them astray for almost two decades was none other than Tate.”