Queensrÿche Announces 2023 ‘Digital Noise Alliance Tour’

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After supporting legendary metal band Judas Priest for a fall run in North America, Queensrÿche announced their own headlining tour in 2023 to celebrate the release of the 16th studio album, Digital Noise Alliance.

The U.S. “Digital Noise Alliance Tour” will feature Marty Friedman and Trauma as supporting acts and begin March 3 at The Plaza Live in Orlando, Florida. The three-time Grammy-nominated metal band will play 31 shows, including stops in Dallas, Sacramento, Denver, Chicago and New York, before closing out at Jannus Live in St. Petersberg, Florida, on April 16.

“We are very excited to be doing this headline tour in support of our most recent album, Digital Noise Alliance,” the band said in a statement. “This touring package is amped up and very much looking forward to seeing all of you. Come on out and let’s have a great time together, as live music is as vibrant as ever once again.”

Queensrÿche also released a music video for the track “Sicdeth” off their recent album, which has been well received by progressive metal fans.

“‘Sicdeth’ is an abstract tale about convicted killers and the fallout of those attached on both sides,” vocalist Todd La Torre said in a statement. “How can the victims’ and the assailants’ families overcome such pain? The inmate now has only their mind with which to escape. The song lyrics discretely touch on the very polarizing convicted murderer Jody Arias. The video however was more tailored to the Aileen Wuornos case.”

Queensrÿche “Digital Noise Alliance Tour”
03/03 — The Plaza Live — Orlando, FL
03/04 — Culture Room — Ft. Lauderdale, FL
03/05 — Florida Theatre — Jacksonville, FL
03/07 — Club LA — Destin, FL
03/09 — The Vibes Event Center — San Antonio, TX
03/10 — Scout Bar — Houston, TX
03/11 — House Of Blues — Dallas, TX
03/12 — La Hacienda Event Center — Midland, TX
03/14 — Marquee Theatre — Phoenix, AZ
03/16 — Ace of Spades — Sacramento, CA
03/17 — House Of Blues — El Cajon, CA
03/21 — Crystal Ballroom — Portland, OR
03/22 — The Neptune Theatre — Seattle, WA
03/24 — Gothic Theatre — Denver, CO
03/25 — Knuckleheads Saloon — Kansas City, KS
03/26 — Delmar Hall — St. Louis, MO
03/28 — The Rave — Milwaukee, WI
03/29 — The Clyde Theatre — Ft. Wayne, IN
03/31 — Concord Music Hall — Chicago, IL
04/01 — The Intersection — Grand Rapids, MI
04/02 — St. Andrews Hall — Detroit, MI
04/04 — Columbus, OH — Newport Music Hall
04/05— Roxian Theater — Pittsburgh, PA
04/07 — The Palladium — Boston, MA
04/08 — The Paramount — Huntington, NY
04/10 — Irving Plaza — New York, NY
04/11 — Soundstage — Baltimore, MD
04/12 — The Underground — Charlotte, NC
04/14 — Brooklyn Bowl — Nashville, TN
04/15 — The Masquerade (Heaven) — Atlanta, GA
04/16 — Jannus Live — St. Petersberg, FL