QUEENSRŸCHE: Video Footage From Tour Kick-Off Available

QUEENSRŸCHE kicked off its North American tour with a pair of concerts Thursday and Friday night (April 16-17, 2009) at the Snoqualmie Casino, Snoqualmie, Washington. The shows marked the official live debut of the band's new guitarist, Parker Lundgren, who was previously a member of QUEENSRŸCHE singer Geoff Tate's solo band and is engaged to Tate's daughter Miranda.

The group's setlist for Friday night's show (on April 17) was as follows:

01. Neue Regal
02. Surgical Strike
03. Gonna Get Close to You
04. Killing Words
05. Walk in the Shadows
06. London
07. Sliver
08. Unafraid
09. Middle of Hell
10. Man Down!
11. Dead Man's Words
12. 30,000ft
13. Remember Me
14. Home Again
15. Best I Can
16. Thin Line
17. Resistance
18. Another Rainy Night
19. Della Brown


20. Empire
21. Take Hold of the Flame

Fan-filmed video footage of the two concerts can be viewed below.


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