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    The last time I ran into Jonathan Davis at one of the Revolver Awards I asked him if I would have told him what Korn would have accomplished in 2011 while I was hanging out with them as they were making their way up the club circuit in 1993 what his response would have been... his exact words were "I would've thought you were out of your ****ing mind" LOL

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    Geoff Tate Has Filed A Lawsuit Against Queensryche And Says Things Are "Probably Gonna Get Ugly" | Rock News | Eddie Trunk | EddieTrunk.com

    Real good interview, sure it's just one side of the story but it's pretty forthright and seemingly honest.
    Revealing quotes from a past Micheal Wilton interview I ran across regarding the musical control Tate had on the band...

    Robert Cavuoto: Can you tell us about the new Queensrycheís CD, Dedicated to Chaos, and how it differs from previous Queensryche releases?

    Michael Wilton: Itís kind of a new departure for us. Thatís about it. Itís coming out the 28th and weíll be touring it pretty extensively.

    Robert: When you say "departure", I thought your last album, American Solider, was a real departure. What can we expected for this one?

    Michael Wilton: Definitely more alternative but Iím more of a metal guy.

    Robert: Does everybody contribute to the songwriting process?

    Michael Wilton: No. I just lent my talents to the recording. Everything was done with Yousendit.com. I worked in my studio, which is Watershed Studio, and basically tracked all my guitar parts there.

    Robert: Are all the songs pre-developed?

    Michael Wilton: Yeah. The ideas were pre-developed. It was just for me to add my flavor to them.

    Robert: As you mentioned earlier, the roots of your style is always in the hard rock, heavy metal. Do you think that Queensryche will eventually put another hard rock album out?

    Michael Wilton: Itís hard to say. I donít know what four members are thinking. My solo projects definitely have that.

    Robert: What was the thinking behind doing Cabaret? Looking back, it doesnít seem very metal-esque. I know that youíve always changing up your style, but I think a lot of your core fans were surprised to see that. Could you shed some light on it?

    Michael Wilton: Yeah. I have to say it wasnít any of my brainstorming or anything. This was more the others. It was a challenge and a risk, to bring that kind of a stage show to a hard rock, metal performance. It was no easy task. Having dancers, gymnasts and everything galore. It was the best it could be for what it was. We didnít have billions of dollars behind us to market it and promote it or to be like Las Vegas style or anything. Itís a chapter in post-Queensryche and it is what it is.

    And when did Ming the Merciless from Flash Gordon start selling wine LOL:


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    Quote Originally Posted by doctordestructo View Post
    Revealing quotes from a past Micheal Wilton interview I ran across regarding the musical control Tate had on the band...

    Robert Cavuoto: Can you tell us about the new Queensryche’s CD, Dedicated to Chaos, and how it differs from previous Queensryche releases?

    Michael Wilton: It’s kind of a new departure for us. That’s about it. It’s coming out the 28th and we’ll be touring it pretty extensively.

    Robert: When you say "departure", I thought your last album, American Solider, was a real departure. What can we expected for this one?

    Michael Wilton: Definitely more alternative but I’m more of a metal guy.

    Robert: Does everybody contribute to the songwriting process?

    Michael Wilton: No. I just lent my talents to the recording. Everything was done with Yousendit.com. I worked in my studio, which is Watershed Studio, and basically tracked all my guitar parts there.

    Robert: Are all the songs pre-developed?

    Michael Wilton: Yeah. The ideas were pre-developed. It was just for me to add my flavor to them.

    Robert: As you mentioned earlier, the roots of your style is always in the hard rock, heavy metal. Do you think that Queensryche will eventually put another hard rock album out?

    Michael Wilton: It’s hard to say. I don’t know what four members are thinking. My solo projects definitely have that.

    Robert: What was the thinking behind doing Cabaret? Looking back, it doesn’t seem very metal-esque. I know that you’ve always changing up your style, but I think a lot of your core fans were surprised to see that. Could you shed some light on it?

    Michael Wilton: Yeah. I have to say it wasn’t any of my brainstorming or anything. This was more the others. It was a challenge and a risk, to bring that kind of a stage show to a hard rock, metal performance. It was no easy task. Having dancers, gymnasts and everything galore. It was the best it could be for what it was. We didn’t have billions of dollars behind us to market it and promote it or to be like Las Vegas style or anything. It’s a chapter in post-Queensryche and it is what it is.

    And when did Ming the Merciless from Flash Gordon start selling wine LOL:

    Basically all that says to me is that Tate is Qr. If the other guys weren't so passive they might not be so easily replaced by side players. Not going to lie Rockenfeld is the Neil Peart of 'our' generation...but, he is a drummer. Tate is the voice/face of Queensryche so, despite his flaws, most will side with him. Especially when he ties the name up in litigation and they become, basically, a tribute band. The articles about how it went down give me a total Clockwork Orange vibe, with the Droogs rising up against their leader...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Basically all that says to me is that Tate is Qr. If the other guys weren't so passive they might not be so easily replaced by side players. Not going to lie Rockenfeld is the Neil Peart of 'our' generation...but, he is a drummer. Tate is the voice/face of Queensryche so, despite his flaws, most will side with him. Especially when he ties the name up in litigation and they become, basically, a tribute band. The articles about how it went down give me a total Clockwork Orange vibe, with the Droogs rising up against their leader...
    Your last sentence reaffirms what I believed regarding this QR situation since the initial rumors began (fistfights, knives, etc...) some months back. The Rocklahoma "You suck" comments towards the crowd seemed like a plea from Tate to get fired and let the chips fall where they may in court.

    I think Chris DeGarmo is hiding from the barrage of subpenas he's going to receive from both sides...
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    DeGarmo was the only co-writer/voice keeping Tate's ego in check. Look at the 'injured' parties...drummer/rythym guitar/bass. You know...the 'Ringos'.
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    What? No love for CHIMP SPANNER!??!?!?!
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