QUEENSRYCHE on Rock Overdose: "We’re only hoping that in November, the court will see as we do" 25/05/2013   00:05

        
        

Zisis Petkanas from Greek webzine Rock Overdose, talked with Queensryche’s bass player, Eddie Jackson, about the band’s new album, their plans and the well known issue that came up with former singer Geoff Tate.

When asked how he feels that Tate formed his own version of Queensryche and release an album, he said: “Unfortunately, that’s what happens when you haven’t settled the whole case. In November of this year, will be determined which Queensryche will be owner of the name. I don’t follow what Geoff has been doing, but I hear now and then that he might be touring here, or that he might be saying this or that, yoy know, in interviews and stuff, I might hear something like that. I am just focusing on THIS Queensryche and we feel as I have said before that we ARE Queensryche and we’re only hoping that in November, the court will see as we do.”



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