VERSUS: Crowbar vs. Take as Needed For Pain
Welcome to another edition of VERSUS, the series where we look at two albums in heavy metal history and compare
Queensrÿche will release their 16th album, Digital Noise Alliance, on October 7 via Century Media Records. Returning as producer is Chris “Zeuss” Harris, who previously worked with the band on 2015’s Condition Hüman and 2019’s The Verdict.
This past March, QUEENSRŸCHE singer Todd La Torre told FOX17 Rock & Reviewabout the band’s upcoming LP: “Each song might have a little different attitude and we wanted to just use real amps and all the vintage, real stuff that was used throughout the history of QUEENSRŸCHE.
“We did all the drums at a place in Clearwater [Florida] — a huge home with the most amazing ceiling for a drum room,” La Torre continued. “So we did all the drums there. And then, really, at my place [in St. Petersburg, Florida], we’re able to track all the guitars, bass and vocals.
“Those days of renting thousand-dollar-a-day studios, we don’t really need that anymore. And our producer Zeuss, who did the last two QUEENSRŸCHE albums — he does all Rob Zombie‘s stuff; he’s a very seasoned producer, [and] he does mixing and mastering, so he’s a one-stop shop — he’s down here from Massachusetts. So he’s handling all those duties. And things are going really well. We’re having a great time.”
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