GRAMMY Awards: Best Rock AlbumMastodon, Metallica, Nothing More, Queens of the Stone Age, and The War on Drugs are the nominees.
QOTSA's Josh Homme Opens Up About 'Villains' Backlash"I feel if I'm challenging myself and if we're challenging each other, we're going in the right direction."
Queens of the Stone Age Announce 2018 Tour DatesThe new run of dates begins January 22 in Victoria BC and stretches through mid-February.
Queens of the Stone Age Mash Up Foo Fighters' 'Everlong'QOTSA dropped in some of the Foo Fighters hit while playing 'Feel Good Hit of the Summer' at Cal Jam.
Queens of the Stone Age Perform 'Villains of Circumstance' with Live StringsFrontman Josh Homme delivered a powerful, moody vocal performance backed by classical musicians.
Queens of the Stone Age Share Acoustic Version of 'The Way You Used to Do'The version was recorded during an acoustic performance for German radio station WDR 1LIVE.
Queens of the Stone Age Unveil 'Villains' Butcher Shop PaperThis takes album promo to the next level.
Queens of the Stone Age Let Past Albums Review New LP 'Villains'Singer Josh Homme provides the voices for the albums, each of which brings their own issues to the table in the hilarious promo clip.
Queens of the Stone Age Dance for the Devil in 'The Way You Used to Do' Video“Dancing and headbanging are truly individualistic expressions of losing oneself fully in appreciation of music," says QOTSA frontman Josh Homme.
Queens of the Stone Age Share 'The Evil Has Landed'The track appears on the band's upcoming seventh studio album, 'Villains.'
Queens Of The Stone Age Fans Put Together Tribute Video For Eagles Of Death MetalQueens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme was a founding member of Eagles Of Death Metal alongside Jesse Hughes. It should come as no surprise that Queens of the Stone Age's fanbase overlaps with the Eagles of Death Metal. In a new video, Queens of the Stone Age fans from around the world pay their tribute to the Eagles of Death Metal amidst the November Paris Attacks.
Queens of the Stone Age Perform Surprise LA ConcertThe set included a whopping 17 songs, but the band didn't try out any new material on attendees.