Queens of the Stone Age (tambien conocidos como QOTSA o, simplemente, Queens) es una banda estadounidense de stoner rock originaria de Palm Desert, California. Queens of the Stone Age is an American rock band from Palm Desert, California, United States, formed in 1997.
Formed after the dissolution of Homme’s previous band, Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age developed a style of riff-oriented, heavy rock music.
All in all …Like Clockwork proves that QOTSA can make a less riff-oriented record and do it thoughtfully as well. About Latest Posts Christopher TahyAlong with TFN, Christopher Tahy writes for several music publications and has a modest (but growing) vinyl collection that spans genres and generations, while being a guitarist at heart.
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Fue formada en 1997 por Josh Homme, dos anos despues de la desintegracion de Kyuss, su banda anterior, y conto con la participacion de sus excompaneros Nick Oliveri y Alfredo Hernandez.
Su musica, al igual que la de Kyuss, ha sido catalogada dentro del stoner rock, aunque la banda rechaza este termino. The band’s line-up includes founding member Josh Homme (lead vocals, guitar), alongside longtime members Troy Van Leeuwen (guitar, lap steel, backing vocals), Dave Grohl (drums, percussion), Michael Shuman (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Dean Fertita (keyboards, guitar, percussion, backing vocals). Their sound has since evolved to incorporate a variety of different styles and influences, including working with ZZ Top member Billy Gibbons and steady contributor Mark Lanegan. He’s accrued many a famous friend, having rocked out with the best from John Paul Jones and Sir Elton John to Dave Grohl and everyone in between.

Many of the members took their time away from QOTSA to invest in new projects; Homme with Them Crooked Vultures, Fertita with Jack White’s super group The Dead Weather, and Shuman with his side project Mini Mansions. These songs seem to have a sense of purpose that comes forward more prominently then their past works and maybe even conveys a different identity. Op de Twitterpage van Troy Van Leeuwen -gitarist QOTSA- kunnen we lezen dat de band komende zomer festivals zal spelen in Europa.
Queens of the Stone Age takes this classic rock song and gives it quite an ominous flavor to it.
He’s also helped define and cultivate (fans would put emphasis on cultivate) the so called “desert rock” scene with his buddies Kyuss. It seems that this time away, along with the re-release of their self-titled debut and playing live shows of that album in full, has sparked something in the band. The closing title track, while it is encased in beautiful piano, feels like it’s holding something back and never reaches its full potential. If Era Vulgaris left you disappointed then it’s …Like Clockwork that will go around for multiple spins again and again and again.
So it’s no wonder that fans had to wait almost exactly six years for QOTSA’s sixth studio album …Like Clockwork. Dropping the acclaimed riff-based sound of past albums such as the druggy, crunchy Rated R (2000) and the sandy, sludge of Songs For The Deaf (2002) produces one of their most cohesive albums to date. The Fire Note Webzine builds on this idea by offering an array of content that is all about the enjoyment of music, its pulse and energizing attitude.

But rest assured: I can say that …Like Clockwork gives fans an experience that’s worth the wait. Well, as is tradition with QOTSA releases, there’s always a colorful cavalcade of characters adding their special touch.
The album is a realization, a reevaluation, and a retooling of the formula that made their past albums so great. While sadly not every guest hits their mark, the labors do produce some of the most beautiful tracks since “Auto Pilot”, “In The Fade”, and “Mosquito Song”. Songs like “The Vampyre of Time and Memory” display a melancholy emptiness with deranged beauty that’s rarely heard.
It wouldn’t truly be a QOTSA record if there wasn’t an impressive riff or two to hold it all together, and “My God Is The Sun” is that track. With the traditional Queens’ drive showcased in songs like ‘You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar But I Feel Like a Millionaire” or “Feel Good Hit of the Summer,” this track also includes touchstones such as the delirious waltz tempo and hesher-like heft that infects a lot of their catalogue.

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