News featuring Queens of the Stone Age

The following news stories mention Queens of the Stone Age. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 3 hours ago.

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  • Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme Remixes Mark Lanegan’s “Sad Lover”

    Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme took to remixing his close friend/fellow conspirator Mark Lanegan‘s track “Sad Lover“. You can have a listen to his take on that below via Rollingstone.com:

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  • Mark Lanegan Band: No Bells on Sunday EP

    The Mark Lanegan Band's first official release since 2012 is, unfortunately, a lackluster and unfocused affair.

    Mark Lanegan’s career arc is actually quite fascinating. After some minor success in the early ‘90s with Screaming Trees, an arguably B-level grunge act, Lanegan has since become a successful alternative rock journeyman who at times spawned some brilliant collaborations. His work with Queens of the Stone Age, particularly on 2003’s Songs for the Deaf, is some of the band’s best work to date, and his 2008 project with the Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli, the…

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Thursday 31st July

  • Queens of the Stone Age: The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester (Photos)

    As Queens of the Stone Age wrapped up a North American tour, the band performed at smaller theaters like the famed Capitol Theatre in Port Chester.

    I hadn't realized that Queens of the Stone Age had as hardcore of a following as Soundgarden or Pearl Jam but I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to find a line of folks waiting to get to the rail in the general admission pit going around the corner of The Capitol Theatre. The band's tour on the backs of ...Like Clockwork, which was released in 2013, has included shows at venues of all sizes…

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Tuesday 22nd July

  • Nick Oliveri (Ex-Queens Of The Stone Age, Etc.) To Release “Leave Me Alone” In September

    Former Queens Of The Stone Age bassist/vocalist Nick Oliveri will release his new album “Leave Me Alone” through Schnitzel Records in late September. Special guests will appear throughout the effort, including Phil Campbell of Motörhead, Dean Ween, Stephen Haas (Moistboyz, Mike Pygmie (Mondo Generator), Marc Diamond (The Dwarves), Blag Dahlia (The Dwarves) and Bruno Fevery (Vista Chino, etc.). Oliveri himself sat in the producers chair for the outing.

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