The story behind 'Post Pop Depression,' a collaboration secretly recorded in a desert studio, is explored in this new film.
Josh Homme says that the upcoming Queens of the Stone Age record aggressively takes risks.
The recording and promotion of Iggy Pop and Josh Homme's 'Post Pop Depression' is chronicled in a new documentary, 'American Valhalla.'
The lawsuit stems from a 2016 incident where Homme confronted someone seeking Iggy Pop's autograph.
Josh Homme recognized the burden that Jesse Hughes was feeling as the Eagles of Death Metal prepared to return to Paris.
The 2016 concert marked Iggy Pop's headline debut at the legendary venue, and drew wild praise from British media.
Queens of the Stone Age fans can start looking forward to the impending arrival of the band's first new studio album since 2013's '...Like Clockwork.'
Iggy Pop and Josh Homme are winding down their tour in support of 'Post Pop Depression,' but there's always time for more shots of a shirtless Iggy.
The Queens of the Stone Age leader can be seen momentarily grabbing the man and calling him a “f---ing asshole” and “full of s---."
While they'll now forever be synonymous with a senseless tragedy, Eagles of Death Metal proved a decade ago that they'll always stand for nothing but love.