QUEENSRYCHE TO PERFORM RAGE FOR ORDER
IN ITS ENTIRETY FOR FIRST TIME EVER IN NEW YORK CITY ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT: While some will be counting how many Mounds bars they've got in their pillow case, rock fans in the New York City "know" will be "Screaming in Digital" on Monday night, October 31st, when the band Queensryche performs their 1986 release, Rage for Order
, from beginning to end at the HighLine Ballroom in New York City. A little bit "trick" and definitely a lot of "treat," the truly special Halloween show will mark the first time the band has ever performed the album on stage in its entirety. "Rage for Order was only our second full studio album and it's hard to believe it's been 25 years," says lead singer Geoff Tate. "We plan to let the good times roll on Monday night and hope you come join us in the Big Apple for what we promise to be a memorable show." In addition to the 11 songs that comprised Rage for Order
, the band will be performing a selection of other songs including their hits at the show. What better way to celebrate Halloween? Who needs candy anyway? Queensryche -- Geoff Tate, drummer Scott Rockenfield
, Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson and Parker Lundgren -- are currently in the midst of their 30th Anniversary Tour in support of their newest CD, Dedicated To Chaos
, which came out in early summer via Roadrunner Records/Loud & Proud. On November 14th, the band sets sail on the ShipRocked Cruise (www.getshiprocked.com
) where they'll perform Operation: Mindcrime
in its entirety.