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This is one you DON’T want to miss! Todd’s stories of inspiration from his emergence as one of metal’s all-time greatest vocalists in Crimson Glory to his arrival as singer for Queensrÿche, now to his first solo release. Brian Alan has so many funny stories of the two of them on the road together – you’ll be in tears (as was I) as we talk metal, new wave and more.

In mid 2012, Todd La Torre officially became the new lead vocalist of Queensrÿche. The band immediately began touring full-time, and started writing new material for the self titled 2013 album “Queensrÿche”.

The rebirth of the band has led to countless world tours, performing at many of rock and metal’s most prestigious festivals, and appearing on various television shows including the VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show.

To date, Queensrÿche has released three studio albums with Todd La Torre: Queensrÿche (2013), Condition Hüman (2015), and The Verdict (2019). Currently the band is writing new material for a fourth release under Century Media Records.

In 2021, Todd released his solo album “Rejoice In The Suffering” on RatPack Records.

Sponsored by Music Millennium, Rhythm Traders and Five Star Guitars

Tag Archive for: todd latorre

In mid 2012, Todd La Torre officially became the new lead vocalist of Queensryche. The band immediately began touring full-time, and started writing new material for the self titled 2013 album “Queensryche”.
The rebirth of the band has led to countless world tours, performing at many of rock and metal’s most prestigious festivals, and appearing on various television shows including the VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show.
To date, Queensryche has released three studio albums with Todd La Torre: Queensryche (2013), Condition Hüman (2015), and The Verdict (2019). Currently the band is writing new material for a fourth release under Century Media Records.
In 2021, Todd released his solo album “Rejoice In The Suffering” on RatPack Records.
Sponsored by Music Millennium, Rhythm Traders and Five Star Guitars