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Queens Of The Stone Age

Queens Of The Stone Age

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Queens of the Stone Age

Interview by John Robb, Bizarre, 2000

"Bizarre magazine. Man, we love that magazine... it’s all tits, shit and midgets, ha! ha! ha!" ...

Primeval Scream: Queens Of The Stone Age: Rated R (Interscope) ***

Review by Paul Elliott, Q, September 2000

Like evolution never happened. ...

Queens Of The Stone Age: We Pride Ourselves On Giving You A Night You'll Never Remember

Report and Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 29 November 2000


Queens of the Stone Age/At the Drive-In/...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead

Review by The Rev. Al Friston, Rock's Backpages, December 2000


Queens of the Stone Age: Songs For The Deaf (Polydor)

Review by The Rev. Al Friston, Rock's Backpages, September 2002

ONCE IN A BLUE MOON an album happens along that relights your fire – that brings moribund rock back to life. The odd quasi-supergroup that ...

Monarchs of Rock: Queens of the Stone Age

Interview by Ian Gittins, The Guardian, October 2002

"I’VE BEEN CHASING my tail trying to have a good time on this tour," grumbles Josh Homme, the towering 6’ 4" frontman of Queens Of ...

Cometh the Age, Cometh l’Homme

Interview by Alvaro Costa, Rock's Backpages, December 2002

To pay homage to Songs For The Deaf, RBP’s Album Of The Year, Alvaro Costa is granted an audience with the chief Queen of the ...

2002: The Year in Music — Yancey Strickler's annotated list

Guide by Yancey Strickler, Flak Magazine, 31 December 2002

Yancey's Tracks: 1. 'Losing My Edge' | LCD Soundsystem 2. 'No One Knows' | Queens of the Stone Age 3. 'Let's Push Things Forward' | The Streets 4. 'Soft ...

Queens of the Stone Age: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 23 June 2003

I CAN HEAR THE screech of two low jets from the bar. Nick Oliveri and Josh Homme, of Queens of the Stone Age, learnt to ...

Queens of the Stone Age: Lullabies to Paralyze

Review by Ben Thompson, The Observer, 20 February 2005

CANNED HEAT without the weight problem, ZZ Top without the tacky '80s gloss, Nirvana if Nevermind hadn't grown so big it blocked the road to ...

Queens of the Stone Age: Lullabies to Paralyze (Interscope)

Review by Will Hermes, Spin, April 2005

Josh Homme, all alone, explores his artistic side ...

Josh Homme: New QOTSA Album "Shakes More Ass Than Ever Before"

Interview by Joe Matera,, 30 June 2007

ERA VULGARIS — which is Latin for Common Era —is the new studio outing for stoner-rock stalwarts Queens Of The Stone Age. ...

Queens Of The Stone Age: Step Inside The Best Little Whorehouse In Rock

Profile and Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, MOJO, July 2007

For the past decade, Queens Of The Stone Age have been the premier destination for wild, sexually charged rock, frequented by everyone from Dave Grohl ...

Queens of the Stone Age: Era Vulgaris

Review by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, August 2007

Fifth studio platter from QOTSA, boasting cameos from Julian Casablancas et al. ...

"How Do I Reprogamme This Robot?" mused JOSH HOMME "And Make Trance-Dance Repetitive Rock For Girls?"

Interview by Kate Mossman, The Word, April 2011

IT'S PRONOUNCED "hommy", rhymes with "mommy". Everyone gets it wrong, but Homme seems more fitting anyway for this great big tank of manhood, the Queens ...

Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme on Guns, God, and America

Interview by Paul Elliott, Classic Rock, June 2011

Heavy questions for Josh Homme, multi-tasking rocker, Eagle Of Death Metal, Crooked Vulture, and fallen libertarian. ...

Queens Of The Stone Age: …Like Clockwork

Review by Ian Gittins, Virgin Media Music, 3 June 2013

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE occasionally get called a metal band. This is rather like calling Picasso a house painter. The veteran Californian band may ...

Queens of The Stone Age: Air Canda Center, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 12 September 2013

ONE NIGHT a few months back, I was lying in bed at 2 am and I received a phone call from Orange County, California. ...

The Sound City Players: Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC

Live Review by Alan Light,, February 2014

"THAT ROCK fantasy camp shit?," screamed a shirtless Taylor Hawkins. "This is it right here!" The Foo Fighters drummer – taking a rare turn standing ...

see also Kyuss

see also Mark Lanegan

see also Eagles of Death Metal

see also Them Crooked Vultures


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