QUEENSRŸCHE: New Audio Samples Available Online
Short audio samples of the new QUEENSRŸCHE songs "Hostage", "The Hands", and "An Intentional Confrontation" (note: the latter is erroneously listed as "An Intentional Conspiracy" on the site) are available for listening and download/purchase at the RedEye Ringtones cellular phone site. Check them out at this location.
QUEENSRŸCHE's sequel to the band's platinum 1988 concept album "Operation: Mindcrime", entitled "Operation: Mindcrime II", is scheduled for release on April 4. A 90-second clip of the new QUEENSRŸCHE single, "I'm American", has been posted online at this location (Real Media). The single will be available to radio stations for digital download on February 21. The full-length record will go for adds in March. Legendary heavy metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio (BLACK SABBATH, DIO, RAINBOW) makes a guest appearance on the album as "Dr. X".
(Thanks: The Breakdown Room)
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