Queens of the Stone Age Share Acoustic Version of 'The Way You Used to Do'The version was recorded during an acoustic performance for German radio station WDR 1LIVE.
Queens of the Stone Age Unveil 'Villains' Butcher Shop PaperThis takes album promo to the next level.
Queens of the Stone Age Let Past Albums Review New LP 'Villains'Singer Josh Homme provides the voices for the albums, each of which brings their own issues to the table in the hilarious promo clip.
Queens of the Stone Age Dance for the Devil in 'The Way You Used to Do' Video“Dancing and headbanging are truly individualistic expressions of losing oneself fully in appreciation of music," says QOTSA frontman Josh Homme.
Queens of the Stone Age Share 'The Evil Has Landed'The track appears on the band's upcoming seventh studio album, 'Villains.'
Queens of the Stone Age Play Live Gorillaz Mash-UpThe group peppered the song with snippets of "Clint Eastwood," from Gorillaz' self-titled debut album from 2001.
Queens of the Stone Age Drop Video Teaser for 'Villains' AlbumQueens of the Stone age are preparing for the release of their new album 'Villains,' and the band dropped a high-energy video teaser.
Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme will Not be Deterred by Terror AttacksThe rocker admitted that the Paris attack made him rethink his mortality.
Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme Rocks a 6th Grade Grad PartyHomme played Cheap Trick’s "Surrender" for a noisy bunch of 11-year-olds.
Queens of the Stone Age Release New Song 'The Way You Used To Do', Announce Tour DatesIn a new interview, frontman Josh Homme explains his pick in Ronson as the album's producer. The band already announced their North American tour dates.
Queens of the Stone Age Announce New Album Via Lie Detector Test'Villains' was produced by Mark Ronson and will be the band's first LP since their 2013 release "...Like Clockwork.'
NIN, Queens of the Stone Age and Reunited Jawbreaker Highlight Riot Fest 2017Paramore, Prophets of Rage, Wu-Tang Clan and M.I.A. are just a few of names announced in the first wave of performers.