Tags » Operation Mindcrime

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


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


Sex and Cynicism: Waiting for the call She feeds my skin

I am in a bit of a strange mood today. I am dabbling in this music-sex correlation and my first two posts had some very blatant desirous-tones that, in my opinion, were more toward the pursuit aspect of sexual connection. 499 more words

Music And Sex

Music Brought to You By the Letter: "Q" - Queensrÿche

ARTIST: Queensrÿche
SONG: “I Don’t Believe in Love”

Queensrÿche might have put concept albums and rock opera albums on the “metal” map with  102 more words


The End of an Era:  Geoff Tate Ends Queensryche Reign by Giving Back to Dedicated Fan in Need

In 1981, Geoff Tate became the frontman of the band that would eventually be known as Queensryche.  In their three decades together, Tate and the band became one of the most successful bands in hard rock history before a bitter parting in 2012.  538 more words

Hard Rock Artists

Sahaj Ticotin Covers Queensryche’s “The Mission”

The timing of the release of Sahaj Ticotin’s acoustic cover version of “The Mission,” – from Queensryche’s epic masterpiece, Operation Mindcrime – couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time, at least when it comes to Hard Rock Daddy. 367 more words

Hard Rock Daddy Reviews

Queensryche Battle Ends: Geoff Tate Loses Band Name, Keeps 'Operation: Mindcrime'

The slow-motion breakup of Queensryche is finally complete, with both sides issuing a new statement hailing an “amicable settlement.”

Queensryche memorably split into two after the surprising ouster of longtime frontman  243 more words