QUEENSRŸCHE Plays Unique Shows For 'American Soldier' Tour
Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports: QUEENSRŸCHE fans can expect some sort of commercial documentation — a live album or DVD, perhaps — from what's turned into a special tour in support of the group's new concept album, "American Soldier".
"We do that every tour, film and record," frontman Geoff Tate — whose wife, Susan, manages QUEENSRŸCHE — tells Billboard.com. "You never know when you're going to need something at some point. Usually when we stop and get home and have some time to reflect on the project and look at footage and see what we have, then we make a decision about what we might do with it."
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