ZZ Top Guitarist Billy F. Gibbons To Guest In New QOTSA Album?
Billboard.com is reporting that Queens of the Stone Age were joined this week in a Los Angeles studio by ZZ Top guitarist Billy F. Gibbons. According to QOTSA's official web site, Gibbons "rolled into the studio ... at the stroke of midnight and left at 5 in the A.M."
It is unknown if Gibbons' contributions will make the cut for Queens of the Stone Age's next Interscope studio album, QOTSA's first since the spring departure of bassist/vocalist Nick Oliveri. Group leader Josh Homme is recording the set with drummer Joey Castillo, multi-instrumentalist Troy Van Leeuwen and "Desert Sessions" collaborator Alain Johannes. Assisting Homme during the sessions is producer/engineer Joe Barresi, who worked on QOTSA's self-titled, 1998 debut. Queens of the Stone Age's last album, 2002's "Songs for the Deaf," has sold 901,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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