Queensryche Frontman Todd La Torre To Release 'Rejoice In The Suffering' Solo Record 2/5/2021

Queensryche’s Todd La Torre Releases Video For “Hellbound and Down”

 On the heels of his chart-topping debut week for Rejoice In The Suffering, Queensrÿche vocalist Todd La Torre is releasing another official music video from the critically-acclaimed album. The video for “Hellbound and Down” is a fiery visual that accompanies one of the heaviest tracks on La Torre’s debut. Todd’s songwriting partner Craig Blackwell delivers a punishing guitar riff fronted by Todd singing and screaming as fans have not heard before. The video for “Hellbound and Down” was directed and filmed by Thomas Crane of kill devil Films and can be seen here: https://youtu.be/NGBUYtKY034.

“Hellbound and Down are about crossing a line and paying a price. Musically, it is an action-packed metal tune with a relentless groove, varying vocal textures, and vocal range. This song once again showcases stellar guitar riffs and soloing by Craig Blackwell,” explains Todd La Torre.

Queensryche's Todd La Torre Releases Video For "Hellbound and Down"

Rejoice In The Suffering has been making an impression on fans and critics alike. The album debuted on the charts last week and found La Torre’s debut landing at #1 on Top New Artist Albums, #2 on Hard Music Albums, #2 on Current Rock Albums, and #19 on Billboard Top Albums among others. The deluxe version of the album features 3 bonus tracks: “Fractured,” “Set It Off” and “One by One.” Fans can order the album in various bundle configurations here: http://ratpakrecords.com/ToddLaTorre or digitally via iTunes here: https://smarturl.it/tltitunes.

As global touring came to a sudden and unexpected halt earlier this year, Queensrÿche frontman Todd La Torre has been using his recent pandemic downtime to put the finishing touches on his debut solo album Rejoice In The Suffering. Todd teamed up with longtime friend and collaborator Craig Blackwell, creating a diverse heavy metal album that draws influence from different styles. Mixing and mastering were handled by Zeuss. From the album’s opening riffs of “Dogmata” to the vocal acrobatics that drives the album closer “Apology,” it is apparent that Todd La Torre has a true love of heavy metal.

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