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Queensryche announce European tour

Queensryche have announced a European tour for later this year.

They’ve lined up a total of 15 dates, kicking off at Germany’s Summer Breeze festival on August 19.

The shows have been scheduled in support of the band’s latest album Condition Human, released last year via Century Media.

Frontman Todd LaTorre says: “We are very much looking forward to returning back to Europe. The European rock and metal fans are perhaps some of the most passionate music lovers on the globe.

“We thank you all for your support and warm welcome each and every time we travel to Europe. Please join us for a memorable evening of music ranging from the obscure classics, well-known hits, and new material from our latest release Condition Human. See you soon.”

Guitarist Michael Wilton adds: “Queensryche is excited to return to Europe. The legacy of the band is continuing with anticipated festivals,cruises and rock venues. Come out and support the Ryche and live music.”

Queensryche released videos for the tracks Eye9 and Guardian from their 15th album.

Queensryche 2016 European tour

Aug 19: Dinkelsbuhle Summer Breeze, Germany
Aug 21: Pratteln Z7, Switzerland
Aug 22: Saarbrucken The Garage, Germany
Aug 23: Aschaffenburg Colosaal, Germany
Aug 24: Dusseldorf Zakk, Germany
Aug 26: Bilston Robin 2, UK
Aug 27: Sheffield Corporation, UK
Aug 28: London Islington Academy, UK
Aug 29: Zoetermeer Boerderij, Netherlands
Aug 30: Hamburg Markthalle, Germany
Sep 01: Stockholm Fryshuset Klubben, Sweden
Sep 02: Aarhus Train, Denmark
Sep 03: Leeuwarden City Rock Festival, Netherlands
Sep 05: Oslo Wacken Full Metal Cruise, Norway
Sep 07: Copenhagen Amager Bio, Denmark

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