Randy Gane, keyboard player for Geoff Tate’s version of Queensryche, is recovering from a heart attack, which he suffered on December 26. His condition is currently unknown.
Queensryche will tour Australia in October.April 26, 2016
Geoff Tate is officially back with the first release from his new band, Operation: Mindcrime.July 30, 2015
When Geoff Tate was fired from Queensryche, he immediately formed his own version of the band and, for a time, we had music released under that name from two different groups.July 2, 2015
When Queensryche "fired" lead singer Geoff Tate in 2012, it started an all out war that included two different versions of the band, one led by Tate and one led by the rest of the members of the band fronted by Todd La Torre.August 26, 2014
As Geoff Tate and his version of Queensryche embark on their final tour under their original name, he has made the decision to move forward with his band under the new name Operation: Mindcrime.July 31, 2014
The dual Queensrÿche saga is finally over.April 29, 2014
Geoff Tate's version of Queensryche may have rushed their new album, Frequency Unknown, to the market a little too fast in their quest to get the set out before one from the competing version of the band.April 27, 2013