Queens Of The Stone Age Making New Album

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Queens Of The Stone Age are apparently on the cusp of recording a new album. According to frontman Josh Homme, it won’t be long before the band are back in the studio together.

Speaking in a recent podcast, Josh Homme said that Queens Of The Stone Age will be recording a new album very soon. On the Let There Be Talk podcast he said the band will have the same line-up as their most recent album 2013’s …Like Clockwork. 

Homme said on the podcast “Yeah, a Queens return is up next on my schedule. Same line-up and we’re locked in. We’re having a meeting tomorrow about what we’re going to do.”

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The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman recently worked with rock icon Iggy Pop on his new album. The album Post Pop Depression came out earlier this year and was recorded with Josh Homme, Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders and fellow Queens man Dean Fertita.

Homme and Co have since gone on tour with Iggy Pop, but it seems now that he is turning his attention back to his band Queens of the Stone Age. Although the band have a history of recruiting new members, it seems that things will stay the same this time around.

The line-up will see Homme being joined by guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, keyboardist Dean Fertita, bassist Michael Shuman and drummer Jon Theodore.

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