QUEENSRŸCHE have tapped SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY mainman Jason Slater to assist them with production on their new album, the next chapter to the 1988 ground-breaking concept album, "Operation: Mindcrime", tentatively titled "Operation: Mindcrime II". More information on Jason Slater and/or SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY is available at the group's official blog or their web site.

As previously reported, QUEENSRŸCHE vocalist Geoff Tate recently told "The Hairball John Radio Show" that the group are planning on concentrating on their early, pre-"Operation: Mindcrime" material for the setlist for their upcoming U.S. tour with JUDAS PRIEST. "We’re gonna kind of go back to the first few records and play around with some of that and not play anything from 'Mindcrime' or the more modern stuff, we're gonna leave that alone," he said.


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