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Geoff Tate's Operation: Mindcrime Premiere "Re-Inventing The Future" Music Video

Operation: Mindcrime, the new band featuring ex-Queensrÿche vocalist, Geoff Tate, along with John Moyer (Disturbed), Simon Wright (Dio etc.), Brian Tichy (Whitesnake etc.), Randy Gane, Kelly Gray (ex-Queensrÿche) and Scott Moughton, have premiered a new video for their new song “Re-Inventing The Future.” This song is from the band’s new album, The Key, which will be rleased on September 18.

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Dawn's Dark Music Corner: Pamela Moore

PAMELA MOORE (of Queensryche Fame) INTERVIEW by Dawn Wood

Pamela Moore is best known as Seattle Heavy Metal Goddess “Sister Mary” for Queensryche’s Operation Mindcrime concept albums.  837 more words

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Queensryche Gains Following, Hits The Big Time

The Seattle-based band Queensrÿche has made some amazing music through the years.

I was able to interview guitarist Chris DeGarmo several weeks ahead of their Nov. 989 more words

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Geoff Tate's Operation: Mindcrime Reveal "The Key" Track Listing

Operation: Mindcrime, the new band featuring ex-Queensrÿche vocalist, Geoff Tate, along with John Moyer (Disturbed), Simon Wright (Dio etc.), Brian Tichy (Whitesnake etc.), Randy Gane, Kelly Gray (ex-Queensrÿche) and Scott Moughton, have revealed the track listing for their new album, The Key. 44 more words

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CANTO: Unlocking the Truth get hacked, Abbath plays Tuska, and more

Long day here and a long night ahead, so let’s not waste any time. Here’s what we missed today:

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Operation Livecrime, New Year's Eve, 1991


New Year’s Eve. Nineteen ninety one. I was at the Queensryche concert in Portland, Oregon. My last chemotherapy treatment was the day after Christmas. Those last few sessions, I would get nauseous on the way up the hill to Oregon Health & Science University. 391 more words

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Operation: Mindcrime sign album trilogy deal

Geoff Tate’s band Operation: Mindcrime have signed a record deal to release a planned trilogy of albums.

Frontiers Music Srl will release the three albums from the former Queensryche man who gave up that band name earlier this year in an out-of-court settlement with his former colleagues. 189 more words

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