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Queens of the Stone Age formed in the aftermath of Kyuss disbanding in 1995. Frontman Josh Homme, bassist Nick Oliveri and drummer Alfredo Hernandez quickly set to work on their self-titled debut album which was released on a small independent label.

The Rated R album followed in 2000 on Interscope Records and the buzz around the group really began to gain momentum as they were given slots at bigger festivals in front of much larger crowds. 

Dave Grohl took time away from the Foo Fighters to join forces with the band on Songs for the Deaf in 2002, which converted critical acclaim into commercial success. It also featured No One Knows which remains their biggest hit single to date.

Next up was Lullabies to Paralyze, which broke into the top 5 and saw their line-up change once more (adding multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes of Eleven), before ending their deal with Interscope in 2007 with Era Vulgaris.

Homme has continued to be involved in a host of other projects, most notably Them Crooked Vultures and Eagles of Death Metal. After a 6-year hiatus with members working on separate albums and ideas, QOTSA returned in 2013 with …Like Clockwork which gave them their first number one album. Their seventh studio album Villains was released in 2017.

Similar to Queens Of The Stone Age: The White Stripes, Soundgarden, Faith No More, Wolfmother, The Raconteurs, Clutch, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Eagles Of Death Metal, Mark Lanegan, Kyuss, Fu Manchu, Red Fang

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Queens Of The Stone Age
Villains

Josh Homme and his cohorts return from their latest trip in the desert with their follow up to 2013’s ...Like Clockwork. This time round bringing in Mark Ronson on producer duties. Bringing their sound into new territories whilst still being unmistakably Queens Of The Stone age, i...view item »

Nick Oliveri
N.O. Hits At All Vol. 3

The third installment in Heavy Psych Sounds’ N.O. Hits At All series, which presents compilations of tracks which featured Nick Oliveri (Queens Of The ...view item »

Nick Oliveri
N.O. Hits At All Vol. 2

As a mixture Nick Oliveri's released and unreleased greatest works, N.O Hits At All Vol.2 is psychedelic series containing the best of a creatives past 25 years in the industry. Featuring both Oliveri's adept bass strums and unique vocals, this is a solid collection of an individual's impassi...view item »

Nick Oliveri’s Mondo Generator
Best Of

Nick Oliveri is of course best known for his essential work in Queens Of The Stone Age, but his group Mondo Generator actually predates that. This Best Of is indeed a best of compilation, with twenty years worth of music represented. Major stoner-rock guests include Dave Grohl...view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
...Like Clockwork

I’ve a bit of a soft spot for these Californian rockers. ‘...Like Clockwork’ is their sixth studio album on Matador as they appear to have parted company with Interscope. There’s some decent tunes on here, certainly radio friendly such as obvious single ‘My God Is The Sun’. T...view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
Queens Of The Stone Age

Jesus, this album's been through some times with me and vice versa. Weirdly, UK indie Domino have pounced to unleash this handsome re-master and it's never sounded more fuzzy, heavy, feral and stoned in it's life! I'd almost given up on rock bar a couple of old faves such as Shellac when I stumbled across this mother. From the opening rapid-fire...view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
3's and 7's

The Queens of The Stone Age are back with a brand new single on 2 x 7" and CD. It's called 3's and 7's and all 3 formats fit inside the package which is kind of cute. That is about as cute as the Queens get as their a bunch of hard ass mothers who would quite happily kick your face off if you looked at them wrongly. It's poppy and it sounds li...view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
Lullabies To Paralyze

How do you follow one of the greatest rock albums of recent times? It’s a difficult one but it’s a quandary Queens Of The Stone Age were faced with after their monumental classic “Songs For The Deaf”. I think they went about it the right way with “Lullabies To Paralyze” though, took it in a different direction...view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
Little Sister

Where's Brian when you need him? Brand new Queens of The Stone Age single, he is their biggest fan probably. I like 'em but not as much as him, but then he's from Bradford and they like their rock there. I don't like this as much as previous singles however I have a feeling it may grow on me. There's no one quite like them and I don't t...view item »