Queensryche have been on the road for shows marking the band’s 30th Anniversary while also promoting its latest release, “Dedicated To Choas.”
The band rolled into Rocklahoma recently to play the festival’s closing night, which was headlined by Chickenfoot.
Professional video of Queensryche’s full set has surfaced.
In band news, singer Geoff Tate is working on a solo album, while other members of the group are launching a new project called Rising West.
The new band features Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson, Scott Rockenfield and Parker Lundgren of Queensryche, along with vocalist Todd La Torre of Crimson Glory.
Rising West will make its live debut this Friday, June 8 and Saturday, June 9 at the Hard Rock Café in Seattle, Washington, where the band will perform rare and classic hits from the first five Queensryche albums.
Pryor Festival Grounds – Pryor, OK – May 27, 2012
01 - Get Started
02 - Damaged
03 - I Don't Believe in Love
04 - I'm American
05 - Hit the Black
06 - NM 156
07 - Screaming in Digital
08 - Walk in the Shadows
09 - Silent Lucidity
10 - Jet City Woman
11 - Empire
12 - Eyes of a Stranger
Part 1 (songs 1-7)
Part 2 (songs 8-12)
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