QUEENSRŸCHE's ROCKENFIELD Auctioning Off Custom-Built Drum Kits
QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield is currently auctioning off two custom-built drum kits that he used during his Woodstick 2004 appearance on Feb. 16. Check it out here (floor display model) and here.
In other news, QUEENSRŸCHE have announced that the next track from their current album "Tribe" to be released as a single will be "Rhythm of Hope". No further details are currently available.
As previously reported, Sanctuary Records have postponed the release of the new QUEENSRŸCHE DVD, "The Art of Live", to April 6 from the previously announced March 24. No reason was given for the delay. The disc is expected to contain "live and backstage footage and some special extras." No further information is available at this time.
QUEENSRŸCHE's last studio album, "Tribe", was released in July through Sanctuary Records. The DVD-A edition of "Tribe" arrived in November.
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