Queensryche Premiere New Video for “Bulletproof”

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Queensrÿche have released a new music video for their song “Bulletproof.” The track comes from the band’s most recent album, 2015’s Condition Hüman.

“‘Bulletproof’ is a journey through a relationship gone bad,” singer Todd La Torre explains. “However painful the relationship is, you still find a way to persevere.

“We elected to present the song in a live setting as a sharp contrast to the videos we’ve done for the Condition Hüman album to help bring this chapter to a close and start the next journey.”

Queensrÿche plan to enter the studio in January to write and record their new album, which is scheduled for release late next year.



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