Geoff Tate (US) + Saint Deamon
|torsdag 23. januar|
|21:00 (Dørene åpner kl. 20:00)|
|Pris: 350,- + avg.|
Geoff Tate – drivkraften bak progressiv metal-bandet Queensryche, kommer til Norge og Trondheim i 2020!
Geoff Tate – Empire 30th Anniversary Tour
Special Guest: Saint Deamon
Can’t you feel it coming? EMPIRE! Can’t you hear it coming? EMPIRE! Here comes 2020 and that sound you hear and vibration you feel is GEOFF TATE and his band, Operation: Mindcrime, gearing up for their forthcoming tour of America beginning next spring that will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of EMPIRE. Released in August of 1990, the album spawned six singles («Empire,» «Silent Lucidity,» «Best I Can,» «Jet City Woman,» «Another Rainy Night (without you)» and «Anybody Listening?») and is Queensryche’s best-selling album to date with sales over over three million units, achieving triple-platinum status. GEOFF and the band — currently comprised of Kieran Robertson on guitar, Jack Ross on bass, Scott Moughton on guitar and Felix Bohnke on drums — will be performing all eleven songs from the album back-to-back, in its entirety. And to throw it completely over the top, the forthcoming shows will be kicked off by a complete performance of Queensryche’s second studio album, Rage for Order, another eleven song gem that featured the singles, «Gonna Get Close to You,» «The Whisper» and «Walk in the Shadows.» Just a few years after its release in the summer of ’86, Kerrang! magazine called it one of the «100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums of All-Time.» That’s right, both «Rage for Order» and «Empire» all in one night!
Multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter GEOFF TATE is best known for his 30-plus years as the creative and driving force behind the progressive metal band Queensryche. Since its inception with GEOFF at the helm, the band sold over 25 million albums worldwide and performed in over fifty different countries. GEOFF is regarded as one of the most skilled vocalists in the genre with hundreds of modern, popular artists citing him and his former band as a major influence.
Here comes 2020, the 30th Anniversary of Empire… and the Empire still stands.