Josh Homme says that the upcoming Queens of the Stone Age record aggressively takes risks.
Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age's next album has been mixed, according to an Instagram post.
Organizers have revealed more than 70 of the artists who will descend on Chicago this September for Riot Fest.
Unlike previous records, Queens of the Stone Age's upcoming album will feature only the core lineup.
The group posted pictures on social media suggesting that they're at work on a new album.
Many alternative musicians protested President Donald Trump's ban on citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries on social media.
The news was broken by Mastodon's Troy Sanders, who plays with QOTSA's Troy Van Leeuwen in Gone Is Gone.
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.'
"Violescent" is the first full song released from the self-titled debut EP by the experimental sludge metal supergroup.
Mastodon's Troy Sanders, Queens of the Stone Age's Troy Van Leeuwen, At the Drive-In's Tony Hajjar and Mike Zarin will release an EP and 13-track LP in 2016.