On August 11, Seattle progressive rockers QUEENSRCHE paid a visit to studios of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania radio station 94 WYSP. A few lucky fans had the opportunity to get autographs, take pictures, and participate in a question-and-answer session with the bandmembers before their concert at the Keswick Theatre later that evening. You can now watch video footage of the Q&A and the concert below.QUEENSRCHE vocalist Geoff Tate told Billboard.com that QUEENSRCHE is already starting work on its next album despite having just released its 12th LP, "Dedicated To Chaos", in late June. "We kind of have that practice, to jump from one to the next," he explains. "It's what drives us to get up in the morning, the new music, writing the music. If we don't do that, we're just resting on our laurels and playing songs we've played a million times before, and none of us want to do that." Tate says QUEENSRCHE is currently "putting some sketches together and discussing direction and that kind of thing," and he expects some songs will start to surface while the group is on the road. "We have studios with us at all times," he notes. "If you come backstage at any given show, we have a room set up, everybody here and there, working away. It looks like a laboratory. That really keeps the music flowing, too." Question-and-answer session:
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