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Queens of the Stone Age announce new album ‘TK’
    2017-June-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Following a mysterious post teasing new music, Queens of the Stone Age have followed up with another new teaser. Their website now features an interactive* vintage television — clicking the dial will flip through various channels of static.

Queens of the Stone Age’s next full-length will mark their first LP since 2013’s “Like Clockwork.” Leading up to the announcement, frontman Josh Homme compared the new album to “a panther* in the trees leaping out of the darkness,” and also described it as “uptempo*.”

Homme has been busy in the interim since “Like Clockwork.” He recently scored a new film called “In the Fade,” which debuted at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Homme also worked with Iggy Pop on 2016’s “Post Pop Depression” and with Eagles of Death Metal on 2015’s “Zipper Down.”

But he’s not the only member with outside projects. Guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen joined the supergroup “Gone Is Gone” (with members of Mastodon and At the Drive-In). They released their self-titled EP in 2016 and followed that with their debut LP “Echolocation” in 2017.

(SD-Agencies)

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