“We were so good.”
Them Crooked Vultures
Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has opened up about his near-death experience during an interview with comedian Marc Maron on his WTF Podcast. Last week, QOTSA announced that they would be embarking on a co-headline tour of Australia with Nine Inch Nails. Between conversations about the frontman’s days with stoner rock legends
Currently on tour with Them Crooked Vultures Queens Of The Stone Age main man Josh Homme has just announced that he will be reviving his Rekords Rekords label, where he previously released the Desert Sessions albums and Eagles Of Death Metal. Teaming up with Liberator Music (part of the Mushroom Group) here in Australia, the
Photo By Daniel Boud Dave Grohl has reunited with his old Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic and Nevermind producer Butch Vig for the next Foo Fighters album, an album Grohl has described as ‘old school analogue.’ With Novoselic apparently handling bass on one track, Grohl is remaining tight lipped on the collaboration, so far only saying
Now, I realise those of you who have subscribed to Them Crooked Vulture’s mailing list have probably seen this, but for everyone else this might go a little way to explaining how it is Dave Grohl manages to be such a good drummer… Hey, at least he’s not on drugs right?
Proving just how much they rock, Them Crooked Vultures blew two speakers during a truly epic set at one of their Australasian shows.
The supergroup arrives in Australia next week, and in preparation organisers have announced the local support acts who will be lucky enough to share the stage with them across the country.
With their Sydney and Melbourne shows sold out Them Crooked Vultures are making sure everyone gets a chance to catch the show by announcing extra shows.
As soon as we heard of the dream lineup that is Them Crooked Vultures here at the Music Feeds office, we got pretty damn excited.
When Dave Grohl first announced plans to form the supergroup that is Them Crooked Vultures, he summed it up pretty nicely.