And there’s a preview for lead single ‘Violescence’ at the ready, too.
What do you do when Eddie Vedder wants to join your band onstage? If you’re Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age, you get the Pearl Jam legend to bust out some cowbell and a few backing vocals, of course. The alt-rock icon joined QOTSA onstage at Lollapalooza in Chile to play Little Sister
Queens Of The Stone Age sure know how to promote an album – namely by revealing an impressive list of collaborators one by one and, on occasion, publishing oblique, cryptic messages that have little to do with said album. Well, the QOTSA camp have once again secretly released another somewhat confusing letter, this time in
Queens Of The Stone Age have announced that their old friend singer-songwriter Mark Lanegan will feature on the upcoming QOTSA album. Posting the news on their Facebook page, QOTSA wrote, “Lanegan came by. He didn’t say much, but he sang good.” As noted by NME, being that Dave Grohl and bassist Nick Oliveri are already
Queens of the Stone Age’s main man, Josh Homme, has caught up with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 to discuss the upcoming QOTSA album. As reported by Antiquiet, Homme gave a little insight, sometimes very little, into the making and direction of the highly anticipated follow-up to 2007’s Era Vulgaris. According to Antiquiet, Homme
Ex-Queen of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri has been in a bit of hot water lately following a stand-off with a SWAT team this time last year. The troubled musician was facing a hard time, though TMZ has reported that Oliveri has accepted a plea deal, swapping jail time with community service, good behaviour