When British comedy duo of Stinky Mike find out Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme is a huge Star Wars fan, they decide to help out by putting him through a rigorous casting process.
If you compiled a word cloud of every Queens Of The Stone Age live review ever written, just how massive would the word “swagger” be?
The towering QOTSA singer found himself face to face with a Range Rover in the Hollywood Hills. Hear how he narrowly avoided a major collision with a certain TV actress.
The dark and diverse new full-length from Josh Homme and QOTSA is shaping up to be the band’s most ambitious studio outing to date. Listen now and decide for yourself.
Queens of the Stone Age gave a performance that proved why, after 15+ years, their devotion to no-nonsense rock and roll (albeit with a brain) has kept them relentlessly contemporary and perpetually essential.
Queens of the Stone Age refer to their first album in six years not as their return but as the start of something new: QOTSA 2.0. Their new album, …Like Clockwork, hits stores June 4 on the indie label Matador Records and features an assortment of collaborators including Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor, Elton John, original bassist Nick Olivieri and Scissors Sisters frontman Jake Shears.
With long-time drummer Joey Castillo leaving the band, Dave Grohl has decided to spend some of his time on hiatus from the Foo Fighters playing drums for the upcoming new Queens of the Stone Age album.