Seattle rock band Queensrÿche go from strength to strength as they unveil a behind the scenes documentary of their soon to be released mini movie "Ad Lucem" which includes tracks from their current self-titled album.
The tracks "Spore", "Midnight Lullaby", "A World Without" and "X2" provide the score to a 10 minute story, dubbed "Queensrÿche - Ad Lucem" which is set to be released later this year.
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You can watch the behind the scenes documentary here:
The film was directed by Daniel Andres Gomez Bagby (who previously worked on the television series, "Blabber Box") and features an appearance by Brian Krause who previously starred as Leo Wyatt in the TV series "Charmed" between 1998-2006. "Ad Lucem" was filmed last month on location at Central City Stages in Los Angeles.
Vocalist Todd La Torre commented: "We decided to take a different approach with this video, which is comprised of four pieces of music from our latest self-titled release, "Queensrÿche". It's a conceptual mini-movie music video that invites the audience to scratch beneath the surface a bit, rather than the usual 'chewed food' that so many are used to being fed. We really wanted to deviate from a performance type of video so the music and story-line could be the main focus."
You can see Queensrÿche live here:
Friday 15th November - Asylum, Portland
Saturday 16th November - Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach
Friday 13th December - Reno Event Center, Reno (w/ Vince Neil and special guest Great White)
Saturday 14th December - Marquee Theater, Tempe
Friday 3rd January - Snoqualmie Casino, Snoqualmie
Saturday 25th Januray - House of Blues, Anaheim (w/ Special Guest - John Corabi)
Thursday 17th April - Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood
Saturday 19th April - Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville (Free Show)
Todd La Torre - Vocals
Michael Wilton - Guitars
Parker Lundgren - Guitars
Eddie Jackson - Bass Guitar
Scott Rockenfield - Drums
Official Website: www.queensrycheofficial.com
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