Queens of the Stone Age are an American rock band from Palm Desert California, featuring Josh Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Dean Fertita, Michael Shuman and Jon Theodore. They are best known for tracks such as No One Knows, Go With the Flow and 3’s and 7’s.
Formed in the 1996, after the disbandment of Kyuss, the band released their debut self-titled album in 1998, which was followed by ‘Rated R’, in 2000, but it was their third release, ‘Songs for the Deaf’, in 2002, that saw the band hit the big time, reaching #4 in the UK Albums Chart and #17 in the Billboard Hot 200. Their next album, ‘Lullabies to Paralyze’, released in 2005, reached #5 in the USA chart. ‘Era Vulgaris’, was released in 2007, followed by ‘...Like Clockwork’, in 2013, which gave the band their first #1. The band are set to release their latest album, ‘Villains’, in 2017.
Queens of the Stone Age would support ‘Villains’ with shows in Australia and New Zealand this July, followed by shows in North America and a UK and Ireland tour in November, as part of a wider European dates. QOTSA play further US shows early in 2018 too, with a second leg confirmed for spring as well.
The band have now announced they'll headline London's Finsbury Park next summer. The rock giants will be joined by Iggy Pop, Run The Jewels The Hives and more on June 30, across two stages. They also play European festivals such as the Eden Project, Main Square and Mad Cool, before touring Australia and New Zealand in August/September. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Good mix of songs from their new album, as well as blast of their older fan favourites. They really do have a ton of hits. Great pace to the gig and the atmosphere was buzzing, one of the best gigs Ive been to of theirs. From the moment Josh Homme stepped out on stage, he owned the crowd. Such a cool frontman and his voice is phenomenal. The whole band were amazing and everybody seemed to enjoy the gig. The Hydro is a top venue too!