QUEENSRŸCHE: Commemorative Album Artwork Prints Available

To commemorate the 25 years of the QUEENSRŸCHE legacy, the band is now offering a complete collection of contemporary artwork from each of their 10 studio released albums. Each of these pieces of QUEENSRŸCHE art history is available as a beautiful, full-color 23" x 23" photographic reproduction produced on the highest quality photographic paper, and is personally autographed by all the band members. It is suitable for framing.

For more information, and to place your order, click here.

Immergent Records last year released "Face to Face" — a DualDisc featuring songs from both QUEENSRŸCHE's "Tribe" (2003) album and singer Geoff Tate's self-titled solo effort (2002). More information is available at this location.

QUEENSRŸCHE announced plans to record and release a double live album recorded on its "Operation: Mindcrime II" 2006 tour. Tentatively titled "Operation: LIVECrime II", the set will include a live production of the original "Mindcrime" on Disc 1 and a live production of "Mindcrime II" on Disc 2.


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