Queens of the Stone Age have announced a bumper new vinyl reissue of their first four records
Queens of the Stone Age have announced a brand new vinyl reissue of their first four albums for Interscope, which should make fans and vinyl collectors very happy. The albums will arrive in November and December.
The reissues for Rated R and Songs for the Deaf will arrive at our record shop shelves on November 22nd. That leaves Lullabies to Paralyze and Era Vulgaris to follow on a month later on December 20th – just in time for Christmas.
There’s a host of images of the new set of reissues below:
This follows on from Josh Homme announcing his own release of the acclaimed Desert Session, with the promise of a new volume to come, the project’s
Amid growing mystery around the release of Josh Home’s eagerly anticipated Desert Sessions album, the Queens of the Stone Age frontman has finally revealed the details.
Arriving as the first Desert Sessions album in 16 years, Home revealed that a star0studded line-up has been recruited with the likes of Royal Blood, Warpaint, ZZ Top, Matt Berry and more all contributing. Typically, Homme as produced the albums after residing to the Rancho De La Luna studios in Joshua Tree, California.
The music collective, who released ten different albums between 1997 and 2003, will release Vol. 11 (Arrivederci Despair) and Vol. 12 (Tightwads & Nitwits & Critics & Heels) on October 25 via Matador Records.
“The results are eight new songs that embody the legacy of freedom from expectations and inhibitions that stretches back to 1997, when Homme led a first retreat to the Joshua Tree desert,” the synopsis reads. “What began as a casual writing and recording session amongst friends—isolated from daily distractions and comforts—has since become a possibly infinite body of work.