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Queensrÿche performing at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Texas

Queensrÿche | Texas Review | Ralph Arvesen
Queensrÿche performing during the Verdict World Tour at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Texas on September 28, 2019, with Todd LaTorre, Michael Wilton, Eddie Jackson, Scott Rockenfield, and Parker Lundgren.
Queensrÿche first burst onto the music scene in 1982 with the release of their self-titled 4 song EP Queensrÿche. They very quickly gained international recognition and performed to sold out audiences around the world. With the follow up first full length album "The Warning" in 1984, and the ground breaking 1986 release of "Rage For Order", Queensrÿche continued to prove their worldwide dominance as one of the most respected and creative bands of the 80's.

In 1988 the band turned out yet another monumental album "Operation:Mindcrime", which would go on to become one of the TOP 10 best selling concepts records of all time, and set the stage for continued sold out performances around the world. With the release of the critically acclaimed and commercially successful "Empire" in 1991, the band earned multiple Grammy Award nominations and won the MTV "viewers choice" award for the #1 chart topping hit "Silent Lucidity".

During the next ten years, the band continued to release albums and tour the world to sold out audiences. Queensrÿche has sold over 30 million albums worldwide and have continued to break new ground and push their creative process.
Setlist for the show at the HEB Center
  • Blood of the Levant
  • I Am I
  • NM 156
  • Man the Machine
  • Operation: Mindcrime
  • Queen of the Reich
  • Jet City Woman
  • Silent Lucidity
  • Screaming in Digital
  • Take Hold of the Flame
  • Light-years
  • Empire
  • Eyes of a Stranger

Queensrÿche was the main act at the HEB Center with guests Stryper, Great White, Vixen, and Gandhi's Gun. The band continues across the United States, Mexico, and Europe with the last stop at the Mohegan Sun in Montville, Connecticut on May 9, 2020.

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