Queensryche are paying homage to rock's anthems on a new covers album.
The classic rockers have recorded new versions of Pink Floyd's Welcome To The MAChine, Peter Gabriel's Red Rain and U2's Bullet The Blue Sky, among other tracks on Take Cover.
The album also features Queensryche's take on Heaven On Their Minds from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar and The O'Jays' soul classic For The Love Of Money.
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