Queens of the Stone Age Recording New Album
Josh Homme has revealed that Queens Of The Stone Age have started work on their new album.
The singer, currently working with his other band Eagles Of Death Metal, told NME.com Queens are currently writing new material in the studio, but refused to divulge the line-up of the band.
He said: "That's not a healthy question. You'll ruin the surprise. We've gotta keep our cool."
Homme also explained how he's been preparing for the return of Eagles Of Death Metal. He said: "We've [Homme and Jesse Hughes, Eagles' main man] been getting in touch with our feminine sides - we've been touching them every day - and we've been beating our inner child."
Last March, Chris Goss has told in an interview with Modern Guitars Magazine that he is going to team up with Homme to begin work on Queens of the Stone Age's follow-up to 2005's "Lullabies to Paralyze".
Also, in an interview on the Australian radio station Triple J, Death from Above 1979 bassist Jesse Keeler has revealed that he will play bass on the album, but said that he would more than likely not be touring with the band.
Source: Ultimate Guitar
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