Nick Oliveri, the former bassist of Queens of the Stone Age, has reunited with Josh Homme to lend his vocals to the upcoming QOTSA album. As reported by NME, the news came from Oliveri’s current band Mondo Generator’s Facebook page. The status update is doubly exciting for fans of QOSTA and Kyuss, with the post
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Dave Grohl: New QOTSA Record Sounding Completely Ridiculous
Trent Reznor has revealed that he is working with the QOTSA on a new song.
Queens of the Stone Age jefe Josh Homme revealed that Foo Fighter frontman Dave Grohl will be back behind the drums for the new QOTSA album. As reported by Consequence of Sound, Homme dropped the news during a recent interview with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1. Grohl’s reprised role as QOSTA drummer comes after
Jesse Hughes, frontman for Eagles of Death Metal, has commented on his bandmate’s soon-to-be-released Queens of the Stone Age album, describing what he’s heard of the release as ‘badass’.
It’s been a long time between drinks, so to speak, for the Queens of the Stone Age. Their last record Era Vulgaris came out about five years ago, and despite band leader Josh Homme predicting that their sixth studio album would be released by the end of 2011, fans are still awaiting and anticipating the
Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears has had his dream of working with Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme come true, though it’s not the collaboration you might think. Homme has appeared in an info-mercial plugging Scissor Sisters latest album Magic Hour.
Queens of the Stone Age drummer, Joey Castill, may have let slip the title of the band’s new album.
Queens of the Stone Age are set to release their 6th studio album in early 2012. The band are currently locked away in the recording studio and plan on having the album finished in the next couple of weeks with an early 2012 release date planned.
Queens of The Stone Age covered Bob Dylan’s Outlaw Blues for the Amnesty International tribute compilation album, which is due for release January 30. The Album is titled Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan. It features 75 tracks and includes Bob Dylan covers performed by My Morning Jacket, Tom Morello, Pete Townshend and
Ex Queens of the Stone Age bass player Nick Oliveri is facing jail time after he was charged with four felonies following a standoff with a S.W.A.T. team last month.
Nick Oliveri, the former bass player of Queens Of The Stoneage, frontman of Mondo Generater and founding member of Kyuss, has been arrested in Hollywood.
Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age has confirmed that the band’s much-anticipated sixth album will be forthcoming later this year.
Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age has put his remixing hat on and gone after Grinderman.
Last night was a big night for live performances on the US talk shows. TV on the Radio played a 40 minute set on Letterman while Queens of the Stone Age also appeared on ‘Conan’, in support of the reissue of their 1998 self-titled debut.
Nick Oliveri is currently on tour with Kyuss lives and in a recent interview with ugo.com he spoke about his relationship with his former band mate Josh homme.
After braving the baking heat and dusty hillsides of last year’s Soundwave at Eastern Creek, the paved pathways of the Olympic Stadium felt like walking across plush-pile in Hugh Hefner’s slippers. Despite the oppressive midday humidity already setting-in, the sight of a greying seventy year olds rocking Social Distortion t-shirts and Doc Martins had me
Queens of the Stone Age came to life out of the ashes of the almighty Kyuss. Josh Homme created a sonic ensemble built around his crafty riffs and bass driven boom that would become the bands signature for the next decade. Their debut album has been given the reissue makeover complete with digital re-mastering and
With the devastating fall-out of this week’s earthquake across the ditch still being felt in New Zealand and around the world, it is emerging that various touring rock stars have had their schedule disrupted by the tremor. The quake, coming in at 6.3 on the richter scale, left Josh Homme and his Queens of the
After a long break from touring, Queens Of The Stone Age are set to take to the road once again, this time with the emphasis on the band’s early days. According to Pitchfork, on each night of a tour that begins in March, Josh Homme and co. will play the entirety of their self-titled debut