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Queens of the Stone Age is a rock band from Palm Desert, California, United States. The band is frequently labeled stoner rock, although they reject the label. They developed a style of riff-oriented, heavy music which the band's founder and mastermind Josh Homme described as "robot rock", saying that he "wanted to create a heavy sound based on a solid jam, just pound it into your head". Check our available Queens of the Stone Age concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Queens of the Stone Age saw their album Songs for the Deaf rocket them out of cult status and into the mainstream. Their follies and falls have been recent and many since, but their latest release ...Like Clockwork maintains an alternative noise-groove that, when implemented correctly, somehow manages to blend well with their classic stoner sounds. The album is broken, even for a QotSA release, and seems to alternate between two very different sides of the band...
For Queens of the Stone Age and leadman Josh Homme, the band he's fronted has always maintained a revolving door of members. Never one to truly solidify his outfit and also a musician who has a couple of side projects (Them Crooked Vultures, Eagles of Death Metal) of his own, the quality of Queens of the Stone Age's material has always been an equally righteous aspect...
Queens of the Stone Age... Like Clockwork (Matador) Josh Homme's desert rock powerhouse just debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts as an indie act. After six years' absence, guitars squeal and groan with juicy tones ("If I Had a Tail"), weird noises become hooky piano ballads ("The Vampyre of Time and Memory"), and guest stars range from the inspired (Trent Reznor, Brody "Mrs. Josh Homme" Dalle, sometimes Queens Mark Lanegan and Dave Grohl) to the strange and almost ridiculous (Elton John)...
Cali-rock titans return with their difficult sixth... It opens with a clunk, and the rattle of chains being cast off. An overly literal metaphor, maybe, but fitting for the liberation finally won by Queens Of The Stone Age with their first album in six years. As singer/songwriter and guitarist Josh Homme described the recording, "We went through a particularly dark period in the last couple of years, trying to figure out what it all means and how to get through all that...
Just over a decade after their defining and most successful album Songs For The Deaf, Josh Homme and gang return with their sixth studio record in the highly anticipated ...Like Clockwork. Since that 2002 peak the band have increasingly explored darker, more eclectic musical territory and while much of it was brave, genre defying and often fascinating there was always the nagging question of when they would get back to doing what they do best - making inventive, riff-based, slightly askew rock...
More than a decade ago now, my best friend made me listen to Rated R and Songs For the Deaf, claiming they were musical life-changers. I listened to them plenty and liked them, even if they didn't change my musical life (but, honestly, how often are such aural promises fulfilled?). He also dragged me to a show somewhere in London; the sound was off and so I drank at the bar in a fit of puerile angst, leaving my friend to it. After that, I'll be honest: I tuned out of Radio Stone Age...
It seems pop stars' address books are playing an increasing role in the way an album's marketed. Just as Daft Punk trickled out news of their latest collaborators, so QOTSA's Josh Homme has been coy about who feature on his band's first album in six years. But do the songs warrant the Elton John/Dave Grohl/Scissor Sister/Arctic Monkey mega-scaffold? Well, largely, they don't. QOTSA are at their best live, pummelling listeners while laced with Homme's near-feminine 50s croon...
Josh Homme has had a few difficult years in the run-up to recording and releasing ...Like Clockwork. In 2010, a routine knee surgery resulted in Homme's clinical "death" for a short time, leading him to being bedridden for three months. The incident deeply shook the frontman, stating that he left something behind on the operating table. Although he was deeply depressed, his band mates convinced him to start work on a new Queens of the Stone Age album...
A lot has changed since Queens of the Stone Age brought Era Vulgaris into the world six long years ago. Never mind the revolving door of band members; that's always been a factor with this band. With all of the high profile side-projects, production gigs and near-death experiences, and the return to an independent label for the first time since their 1998 self-titled debut, quite frankly it's a little surprising that it's only taken six years for mainman Josh Homme to release the resulting...
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