QOTSA mastermind Josh Homme is a rock and roll contradiction, combining heavy metal thunder with NPR intellectualism. After nearly dying during routine surgery, he may have just crafted his band’s finest full-length to date.
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 […]
Originally forming in 1996 after the dissolution of Kyuss, the hard-rocking Queens of the Stone Age soon established themselves as a band to be reckoned with, particularly after the release of their second album, Rated […]