Q.O.T.S.A Reveals Plans for 'Extensive' World
Desert rock titans Queens Of The Stone Age have
announced plans for an 'extensive' world tour.
The Palm Desert rockers will release their much-anticipated new
album, '...Like Clockwork', through their
new label home, Matador
Records in June and are planning on embarking on a mammoth
world trek in support of the new record.
Any details regarding the tour are yet to be announced, however
Josh Homme and co are set to perform a
plethora of festival dates throughout 2013 kicking off this weekend
During the summer they will perform dates at Download in the UK,
Southside and Hurricane
Festivals in Germany, Peace
and Love Festival in Sweden, Rock The Beach in Finland,
Rock A Field in
in Denmark, Open'er Festival in
Festival in Hungary and Benicàssim in
Over the past few months the Q.O.T.S.A have cryptically
drip-feed fans and the music press with details of the forthcoming
album and a new press release confirms a number of guest stars set
to appear on the new album, including Arctic
Monkeys' frontman Alex Turner,
Dave Grohl, Elton John,
Trent Reznor and Jake
Shears of Scissor Sisters.
Previous Queens Of The Stone Age collaborators
Mark Lanegan and ex-member Nick
Oliveri will also appear on the album along with
UNKLE's James Lavelle.
'...Like Clockwork' was recorded at Pink
Duck Studios in Burbank and produced by frontman Joshua Homme
alongside the rest of the band.