Scott Rockenfield’s new Queensrÿche website lists Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson and himself as “the band”
Queensrÿche drummer Scott Rockenfield recently unveiled his new website www.queensryche2021.com and has now posted a demo version of the track “Toxic Remedy” for streaming.
Rockenfield‘s website also only lists himself, guitarist Michael Wilton and bassist Eddie Jackson as the “band members.” There is seemingly no reference to singer Todd La Torre and guitarist Parker Lundgren, who played with the trio on Queensrÿche‘s last two albums — Queensrÿche (2013) and Condition Hüman (2015) — that featured Rockenfield on drums.
The website also indicates that the following will be coming soon:
“Brand New Music 2021
Merchandise + Limited Edition Collectibles
In The Studio(s) – film
Behind The Scenes – film
Exclusive Video ‘InnerViews’ (band members, producers, crew AND fans = past + present)
Rare Music from the QR Archives
QR Road Stories
And So Much More”
Some of Rockenfield‘s views towards the status of his Queensrÿche bandmates was expressed in his Facebook post on May 15, 2021 where he indicated:
“Much interesting interaction these days…not even sure where to begin with this one?…Maybe you can help..? Gonna pose a question / love to hear any feedback? :
“basic question” : “WHAT WOULD YOU DO “ ?
— ‘IMAGINE this ” – You are the original founding member (+2 partners) : INTERNATIONAL BRAND / TRADEMARK/ EQUAL AS OWNERS / PARTNERS / SHAREHOLDERS / DIRECTORS etc… an “employee/staff member” has been-and is currently still selling “YOUR PERSONAL” items which include YOUR “personal autograph” and are owned by You (the owner?) ? …and all for his own profit? ….. ..?
“WHAT WOULD YOU DO “ ?”