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July 4, 2022
Former Queensryche Drummer Scott Rockenfield Goes Coo-Coo For Cocoa-Puffs In Latest Post

Former Queensryche drummer Scott Rockenfield recently took to his Facebook page to post his thoughts on ‘subcontractor’ current Queensryche vocalist Todd La Torre and former vocalist Geoff Tate.

In terms of La Torre:

Former Queensryche Drummer Scott Rockenfield Goes Coo-Coo For Cocoa-Puffs In Latest Post

Soon thereafter, Rockenfield went after former vocalist Geoff Tate:

Former Queensryche Drummer Scott Rockenfield Goes Coo-Coo For Cocoa-Puffs In Latest Post

Now granted, Tate has said some off-the-wall shit about Rockenfield in past interviews, including with us in our last interview with Tate.

When this band was on the verge of obscurity with shitty after shitty album releases of the 2000s, then the drama with Tate, Todd La Torre came in and saved this band and gave it the kick in the balls it needed and you can hear it on the La Torre fronted Ryche albums.

I’m not sure what Rockenfield is on, but surely he and Tate are not far from their box of cocoa-puffs.

1 thought on “Former Queensryche Drummer Scott Rockenfield Goes Coo-Coo For Cocoa-Puffs In Latest Post

  1. Fuck you. La Torre “saved” Queensryche? Saved them from what? Being a cover band? Cuz that’s what they are now…. DeGarmo gone, Rockenfield gone, and one of the great heavy metal vocalists of all time, Geoff Tate, gone. What are you left with? You are left with actors replacing iconic members. It’s no longer Queensryche.

    Can La Torre sing? Sure…but who gives a fuck? You can walk into any bar in the US and find a singer who can hit high notes all day. It doesn’t make them a star. Star power is what Geoff Tate had.

    Tate and Rockenfield can talk shit about that band all they want. They’ve earned it. They founded it. They catapulted it to massive success.

    I suppose La Torre can talk shit all he wants as well. It’s not like anyone is going to listen to it.

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