The heaviest supergroup in town just dropped their first track and it’s everything you want it to be.
Queens Of The Stone Age
And there’s a preview for lead single ‘Violescence’ at the ready, too.
“You’re an entitled, spoiled motherfucker.”
The wild-child returneth with the master of self-described robot rock by his side.
The third song off their collaborative album, ‘Post-Pop Depression’.
“I am humbled by you. I am in awe of you. What you have done, together. I will never forget this gift of kindness.”
‘Kanye Of The Stone Age’ shouldn’t work, but it does.
We’ve had our fair share of supergroups this year – Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp came together for Hollywood Vampires while Faith No More and TV On The Radio members formed Nevermen but this one may be the biggest yet. Ben Shepard of Soundgarden, Matt Cameron of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam, Alain Johannes of Queens
Putting Sam Smith‘s recently released Bond theme to shame, this mash-up of Adele‘s theme song for Skyfall and Queens Of The Stone Age‘s No One Knows is the Bond theme we always wanted but never knew existed. Expertly mixed by DJ Poulpi, the mash-up blends Josh Homme’s vocals from the driving lead single off 2002’s
In a blockbuster instalment of triple j’s Like A Version, super-producer Mark Ronson stopped by to swing the hammer and test the strength of his covers game. Hot off the Splendour trail, Ronson and his allstar musical entourage, including Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt and Kirin J Callinan, joined forces to tackle
All other supergroups should probably just pack up and go home because Teenage Time Killers, a new mega-band featuring JUST ABOUT EVERY PUNK, ROCK AND METAL ICON EVER, have just announced plans to release their debut LP, ironically titled Greatest Hits Vol. 1. The album will feature performances from, among many others, Foo Fighters frontman
We might not be seeing much of rock heavyweights Queens Of The Stone Age for a while. The band are currently “taking a break” after touring relentlessly behind their 2013 album …Like Clockwork, and are setting aside time to work on other projects. In a recent interview with Gigwise, QOTSA bassist Michael Shuman said, “There
Mini Mansions, the side project for Queens of the Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman, are about to release their second album The Great Pretenders, and have unveiled a new single Vertigo which features the Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner. The band and Turner actually debuted the song live in October last year, but now have delivered
Self-proclaimed ‘fuzzmonsters’ Ozo, Dango and Enzo from Sweden’s Truckfighters will bring their desert rock to its rightful place in Australia in January. They will play city and regional tour dates on the East and South coast, including Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. The band have made a true name for themselves in the 13 years
Best. Halloween. Ever.
In some scary-good news, former Queens Of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri will rejoin the band for their upcoming Halloween show at Los Angeles’ Forum on 31st October. Oliveri, who was fired from QOTSA by frontman Josh Homme in 2004, told NME that Homme invited him back for the Halloween set. “Josh asked me
The 2014 iteration of England’s Reading & Leeds festival has come to a close, after a massive weekend headlined by acts such as Blink-182, Arctic Monkeys, Queens Of The Stone Age and Paramore. As we reflect on the weekend that was, Music Feeds has gathered together some of the most exciting, confusing and interesting things
Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has opened up about the first time he met BFF Alex Turner and his band Arctic Monkeys, saying that a less-than-stellar 300 person audience at their own gig made sure there was no “cool-guy BS”. Speaking with BBC Radio 6‘s Matt Everitt, Homme reminisced on the 2007
Josh Homme says he and the rest of Queens of the Stone Age are “itchy” to get back into the studio and record a follow-up to 2013’s acclaimed …Like Clockwork. Homme says the eagerness stems from spending too long touring and wanting to record with drummer Jon Theodore. “There’s a lot of new songs,” he
Josh Homme, frontman of American rock group Queens Of The Stone Age, has debuted a new, acoustic track with the very QOTSA-esque title Villains Of Circumstance. According to Consequence of Sound, Homme played the track during an acoustic set at London’s Meltdown Festival. An attentive listen proves that Homme is far from losing his musical