Queens Age
Queens Age
Queens of the Stone Age is an American rock band from Palm Desert, California, United States, formed in 1997. The band's line-up includes founding member Josh Homme, alongside longtime members Troy Van Leeuwen (guitar, backing vocals), Dave Grohl (recording member only - drums, percussion), and Michael Shuman (bass guitar, backing vocals), who were joined by Dean Fertita in 2007.
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Colin Hanks’ new film chronicles Eagles of Death Metal’s return to Paris after deadly attacks
Yahoo News - 20 days
On Nov. 13, 2015, terrorist attacks around the city of Paris claimed the lives of 130 people, 89 of them at the Eagles of Death Metal rock concert at the Bataclan Theatre. The new HBO documentary Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends) chronicles the experiences of the American rock band before and after that tragic night and examines the deep bond between the band’s co-founders, Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme, who is also a member of Queens of the Stone Age. The film’s director, Colin Hanks, spoke to Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric about this emotional and intense documentary, which debuts on HBO on Feb. 13.
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Lady Gaga Unveils New Single, ‘Perfect Illusion’
Wall Street Journal - 5 months
The track features Mark Ronson and Queens of the Stone Age leader Josh Homme.
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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme Debut New Song, ‘Gardenia,’ on ‘The Late Show’
Wall Street Journal - about 1 year
The veteran punk rocker and Queens of the Stone Age frontman secretly teamed up to record a new album, "Post Pop Depression."
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Talkin' Jaco with Metallica's Robert Trujillo, Chatting with Denise Donatelli, Plus the Nolatet, Svetlana & The Delancey Five and Rolla Olak Exclusives
Huffington Post - about 1 year
A Conversation with Robert Trujillo Mike Ragogna: Robert, was your first big musical inspiration Jaco Pastorius? Robert Trujillo: Yeah. I'm always pulling and really feeding off of my inspirations, I think most musicians do. But I try to incorporate a lot of that influence in what I do. So Jaco was definitely a huge inspiration back in 1979 when I saw him for the first time. It really did change my life and set me on an interesting creative path. Definitely. MR: When did you first see him perform live? RT: I saw him with Weather Report. I had started hearing about him in the late seventies and then in 1979 they came through town. They were playing at the Santa Monica civic auditorium, that was our local concert venue at the time. The great thing about Santa Monica civic auditorium was it was a place you could ride your bike to. In this case my dad dropped me and my friends off and we'd go see Ronnie James Dio or Jean-Luc Ponty or Weather Report or the Pretenders. There wa ...
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Eagles Of Death Metal Safe After Attack At Paris Theater
Huffington Post - over 1 year
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A-Sides with Jon Chattman: "Cowboys" K's Choice Ride Again; Get "Gone" With Hemming
Huffington Post - over 1 year
"Breathe it in and breathe it out And pass it on, it's almost out We're so creative, so much more We're high above but on the floor" "Not an Addict" is one of the best songs to come out of the 1990s. It really is. Given the time in which it came out (1995), it struck a chord lyrically for those still reeling from the loss of Kurt Cobain, Shannon Hoon, and Bradley Nowell. Wrenching words aside, it's a sonic masterpiece that has held up as well as Sophia Loren's breasts. K's Choice, the band behind it are arguably best known for that track, but there's "so much more" to them. Go back and listen to Paradise in Me and you'll find "Not an Addict" isn't even the best song off the LP. Oh, and it's not like they stopped there. They've released some great stuff in the 2010s. Speaking of which, K's Choice (Belgian brother/sister duo of Sarah and Gert Bettens) just released a new full-length album The Phantom Cowboy and it has some giddy-up. Produced by Alain Johannes (Queens of the Sto ...
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Josh Ritter Talks About His 8th Studio Album, <i>Sermon on the Rocks</i>, Released Today
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Josh Ritter's eighth studio album, Sermon on the Rocks (Pytheas Recordings), is a rollicking and tender masterpiece. His robust fan base has been eagerly awaiting this record a long time, especially since he's previewed quite a few of these tunes at live concerts over the past year. Produced by Ritter with Trina Shoemaker (Queens of the Stone Age, Emmylou Harris), the album's 12 songs were recorded over two weeks at New Orleans' The Parlor Recording Studio. The work features Matt Barrick from The Walkmen on drums, Zachariah Hickman on bass, Josh Kaufman on guitar, and Sam Kassirer on piano. If you've seen Ritter play live, you know how infectious he is on the concert stage. If you have not, do yourself a favor and go. His joyous smile and his humor will give you a peek into his open, exuberant heart. He's no run of the mill singer/songwriter; he's an artist, and his songs sparkle like diamonds, they read like short novels. This song cycle is informed by the wild open prairie, by ...
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Heave’s Over: Our favorite albums
Heave Media - almost 3 years
Welcome to part one of Heave’s Over, our set of staff list pieces leading up to our final day of publication on Friday. Today, our staff gives lists of their top 10 all-time favorite albums. Remember: these are all-time favorites, not “best album” lists or whatever. Also, titles aren’t italicized because otherwise everything would be in the font you’re reading now. Priyu Kulkarni 1) The Stooges – Fun House 2) Black Sabbath – Paranoid 3) Three 6 Mafia – Smoked Out Loced Out 4) OutKast – Aquemini 5) Nas – Illmatic 6) Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures 7) Mobb Deep – The Infamous 8 ) Smashing Pumpkins – Siamese Dream 9) Happy Mondays – Pills Thrills N Bellyaches 10) Wu-Tang Clan – Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) —— Marissa Morales 1) Coldplay – A Rush Of Blood To The Head 2) Arctic Monkeys – AM 3) Bloc Party – A Weekend In The City 4) Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 5) Fall Out Boy – From Under The Cork Tree 6) The Clash – London Calling 7) Jay Z – Th ...
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Trust Us: Queens of the Stone Age, lemurs and a Boulder City film fest - Las Vegas Weekly
Google News - about 3 years
Trust Us: Queens of the Stone Age, lemurs and a Boulder City film fest Las Vegas Weekly Queens of the Stone Age It's a pretty safe bet the Hard Rock crew won't cut Josh Homme's desert-rockers short Thursday night. And if you don't get the reference, don't worry; it just means you didn't last until the Grammys' fourth hour—and who could ...
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Outkast, Soundgarden to play Sasquatch! Music Festival
USA Today - about 3 years
Frank Ocean, Queens of the Stone Age, The National, Kraftwerk also in lineup
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Primavera Sound Festival Recruits Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire, Every Other Big Name
Huffington Post - about 3 years
The lineup for Barcelona's 2014 Primavera Sound Festival has been announced, and it is absolutely jam packed with big-name acts. Arcade Fire, Neutral Milk Hotel, Queens of the Stone Age, Disclosure, Chvrches, The National, Pixies, Slowdive, Nine Inch Nails, Kendrick Lamar, Haim, St. Vincent, Caetano Veloso and Volcano Choir, just to name a few. The roster was revealed through easter eggs in a short film appropriately titled "Line-Up." Check out the festival's poster and watch the short film below, and then purchase your flight to Barcelona immediately.
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Queens of the Stone Age Thrash Grammys With Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor
Rolling Stone - about 3 years
The 2014 Grammys closed on gloriously weird note thanks to a unique collaboration of Nine Inch Nails Queens of the Stone Age Dave Grohl and Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham The supergroup kicked things off with their take on Nine Inch Nails' "Copy of A" of the group's Hesitation Marks LP...
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The Complete Roster Of 2014 Grammy Performers
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Sunday's Grammy Awards will provide an impressive slate of performers that spans every genre. (Even a classical artist will make an appearance.) Whether we're in store for anything as wild as last year's LL Cool J-fronted Adam Yauch tribute or as rousing as Justin Timberlake and Jay Z's collaboration is yet to be seen, but you can start placing your bets for this year's watercooler moment based on the roster below. SARA BAREILLES AND CAROLE KING Bareilles received a surprise nod for Album of the Year ("The Blessed Unrest") and cracked Best Pop Solo Performance ("Brave"). King is the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year, and she's already been saluted once this weekend with an all-star tribute concert. BEYONCE AND JAY Z "Beyonce" wasn't released within the eligibility period, but Jay Z has nine nods: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Suit &amp; Tie," with Justin Timberlake), Best Rap Performance ("Tom Ford"), Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Part II" with Beyonce, and "Holy Grail" with Just ...
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5 things to look forward to at the 2014 Grammys [Photos]
Calgary Sun - about 3 years
By the time Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl, and special guest Lindsey Buckingham give the closing performance at the 56th annual Grammys Sunday night, the awards show will have handed out 82 statuettes.
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David Wild: 10 Reasons to Watch the Grammy Awards on Sunday Night
The Huffington Post - about 3 years
I've been working on The Grammy Awards -- Music's Biggest Night -- for well over a decade, and yet for me -- and for many millions of viewers all around the world -- the Grammys never grow old. Indeed, the Grammy broadcast recalls those memorable lines by Bob Dylan in "My Back Pages" -- the Grammys were so much older then, they're younger than that now. In truth, working with our longstanding -- and only occasionally sitting -- Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich and our tireless production team along with Recording Academy President and CEO Neil Portnow and his whole winning team -- as well as our most heroic yet still thoroughly badass host LL Cool J, I've enjoyed an all-access pass to a new golden era when the Grammy Awards have gotten better and better at celebrating our present, honoring our past, and building toward the future. That may help explain why a groundbreaking group like Daft Punk will on Sunday night make its second TV appearance ever on the same show where it ...
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Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl and Lindsay Buckingham to close 2014 Grammys
Calgary Sun - about 3 years
A rocking supergroup featuring Dave Grohl, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age and Fleetwood Mac star Lindsey Buckingham will close the Grammy Awards on Sunday.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Queens of the Stone Age
    FORTIES
  • 2016
    During this period, the members of the band worked on various other projects. Josh Homme and Dean Fertita contributed to Iggy Pop's 2016 album Post Pop Depression and subsequent tour, while Troy van Leeuwen joined the rock supergroup Gone Is Gone with plans to release an EP and a studio album.
    More Details Hide Details In May 2016, Van Leeuwen announced plans to record Queens of the Stone Age's seventh studio album "sometime this year". Throughout its career, the band has been described as alternative rock, stoner rock, and alternative metal, among several other genres. Homme has described the band's self-titled debut album as driving music, angular and recorded dry, with the album featuring solid and repetitive riffs in its song structure. Rolling Stone magazine also noted a "connection between American meat-and-potatoes macho rock of the early 1970s, like Blue Cheer and Grand Funk Railroad, and the precision-timing drones in German rock of the same period." The band's following album - Rated R - contained a wider variety of instruments, several recording guests and lead vocals shared by Homme, Oliveri and Lanegan. Homme has also commented that "Our first record announced our sound. This one added that we’re different and weird." The band continued to experiment on their third album, Songs for the Deaf, which also featured a line-up including three lead vocalists, many guest appearances and wide range of instrumentation, including horn and string sections. Homme has described Lullabies to Paralyze as a "dark" album, which includes imagery inspired by The Brothers Grimm folk and fairy tales. In 2005, Homme explained, "Where the poetry seems to be is when you start in the dark and reach for the light — that's what makes it not depressing to me " The album changed gears from the band's previous distinct "driving" sound, much due to the departure of longtime member Nick Oliveri.
  • 2014
    In June 2014, Homme performed a solo acoustic show at James Lavelle's Meltdown festival, featuring guest performances from Troy Van Leeuwen and Mark Lanegan.
    More Details Hide Details During this gig, Homme played a new song called "Villains of Circumstance". It is currently unknown if this is to appear on a Queens of the Stone Age album. The band indicated in February 2015, when it was announced they are to play Rock in Rio 2015 in Rio de Janeiro in September, that they were about to record a new album. Despite this, in March, Michael Shuman revealed that the band were on a break.
    In January 2014, Homme stated in the Rolling Stone magazine that the band would start recording a new album when they finished their tour for Like Clockwork.
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  • 2013
    Homme also confirmed with Lowe that the album would be released prior to their performance at the Download Festival in June 2013.
    More Details Hide Details In addition to Grohl, other former members contributing to the album include former bassists Nick Oliveri and Johannes, and vocalist Mark Lanegan. A number of collaborations from different musicians were announced for Like Clockwork, including Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears, Brody Dalle, and Elton John.
    Following a performance by QOTSA at the Jay Z-owned Made In America Festival in the summer of 2013, Homme made comments about the rap star during a radio interview with CBC Radio 2 ’s “Strombo Show.” Homme explained that his band was frisked by the event's security team prior to the performance and referred to Jay Z's personal interaction with the band as a marketing stunt.
    More Details Hide Details Homme stated: He has his security frisking the bands on the way in. I just told them if you open up my bag I'm not playing so I guess it's up to you whether we are playing or not … The idea they frisked all my guys, means you're in some different place, no-one has ever done that me... He also gave us some champagne and wanted us to take a photo with it. And I thought, "that's not a gift, that is a marketing tool." So I destroyed it. Because I thought it was rude overall. And you shouldn't frisk my guys, you should fuck off. The Like Clockwork tour culminated with a Halloween party at The Forum in Los Angeles, featuring guests such as The Kills, JD McPherson and Nick Oliveri's band Uncontrollable.
    Queens Of The Stone Age premiered a new song "My God Is The Sun" at Lollapalooza Brasil on March 30, 2013, a performance in which Theodore made his live debut.
    More Details Hide Details The studio version of the song premiered on Lowe's BBC Radio 1 program on April 8, 2013. Like Clockwork was released on June 3, 2013 on Matador Records in the UK and on June 4 in the United States. Self-produced by the band, it is the first Queens of the Stone Age album to feature full contributions from bassist Michael Shuman and keyboardist and guitarist Dean Fertita. The album debuted in the number one position in the US and is the first QOTSA album to achieve this ranking.
    In early 2013, Homme and fellow Queens contributors including Alain Johannes and Chris Goss recorded to the soundtrack of Dave Grohl's Sound City: Real to Reel.
    More Details Hide Details Goss, Johannes and Homme were on three tracks each. Josh's notably included a collaboration with Grohl and Trent Reznor called Mantra, and he was also featured in the film in an interview segment. Goss and Johannes were both featured members in the Sound City Players, playing Masters of Reality, Eleven, and Desert Sessions songs, as well as their penned tunes from the soundtrack. Former Kyuss bassist Scott Reeder also contributed to the soundtrack. In March 2013, Queens of the Stone Age announced that the new album, entitled Like Clockwork, would be released in June 2013 on Matador Records. A press release, issued by Matador at 9:00am EST on March 26, 2013, revealed further details of the album, including further guest appearances: Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys and UNKLE's James Lavelle. In addition to Grohl's contribution, the record also features performances by former drummer Castillo, as well as tracks by new drummer Jon Theodore (ex-The Mars Volta, One Day as a Lion).
  • 2012
    In November 2012, Homme informed BBC's Zane Lowe that Joey Castillo had left the band and that drums on the new album would be performed by Dave Grohl, who also performed on Songs for the Deaf.
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    In September 2012, it was revealed that Homme and producer Dave Sardy co-wrote and recorded a song entitled "Nobody To Love", which is featured during the end credits of the film End of Watch.
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  • 2011
    In November 2011, frequent collaborator Alain Johannes stated in regard to his studio work with the band: "We had a late night with Queens of the Stone Age again.
    More Details Hide Details Just putting in days, super top secret, but it’s going to be amazing. I’m really excited about it. Once we start the process, it goes to completion. So I can’t say exactly when, but it’s a really good start." On August 20, 2012, the band stated via a Facebook status update that they were "recording" their new album.
    In March 2011, Homme stated, "Doing the rehearsals for the first record is really defining the new one.
    More Details Hide Details It's been turning the new record into something else. What we were doing was bluesy, and now it's turned into this trancey, broken thing. The robots are coming home!" According to Homme, the album would be finished by the end of 2012. He explained to BBC Radio 1, "We're going to take our one last break that we would get for a month, come back and do Glastonbury, then immediately jump in the studio. Our record will be done by the end of the year. We have enough songs."
    After Homme recovered from the botched operation, Queens of the Stone Age released a remastered version of their self-titled debut album in early 2011, and performed the album in its entirety in a promotional tour.
    More Details Hide Details The band performed on Conan on April 14, and later played at the Australian music festival Soundwave. Throughout the summer of 2011, the band appeared at various European festivals, including the Glastonbury Festival, in Somerset, UK. They also played at Pearl Jam's 20th Anniversary Festival at Alpine Valley in East Troy, WI on September 3 and 4, 2011, which would be their last with drummer Joey Castillo. Plans of recording a follow-up to Era Vulgaris had been mentioned since 2008, but recording would not begin until August 2012.
  • 2010
    In autumn 2010, Homme suffered from a botched knee operation during which his heart stopped for a short time due to asphyxiation.
    More Details Hide Details Following this, he was bedridden for three months and plunged into a deep depression, during which he considered giving up his music career altogether. He elaborated on this experience further in an interview with Marc Maron, explaining that he had contracted a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection which his immune system could not fight due to stress. Doctors eventually had to use a defibrillator to revive him following the asphyxiation. Homme has since said that the experience contributed greatly to the writing and recording of Like Clockwork.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2007
    In July 2007, Van Leeuwen stated the band had written new material, "still in its infancy" which Homme later suggested might be released as an EP.
    More Details Hide Details Following a subsequent interview with Homme, The Globe and Mail reported that the EP "could contain as many as 10 B-sides recorded during the Era Vulgaris sessions." It was later reported that the EP would not be released due to the record label's unwillingness to put out another QOTSA release at that time. The band began a North American Tour in 2007, which they named the "Duluth Tour" because they were going to many small towns and cities they had never played before, such as Duluth, Minnesota. The tour was extended to other areas, such as the United Kingdom, where the band played more shows than on any of their previous UK tours. The band toured in Australia in late March to early April 2008, on the V festival tour, including a string of side shows. Throughout the beginning of May 2008, the band completed the Canadian leg of its touring.
  • 2005
    Lullabies was then officially released on Tuesday, March 22, 2005 in the US, debuting in the number 5 slot on the Billboard Music Chart, the greatest initial success of any Queens record until Like Clockwork debuted at number 1 in June 2013.
    More Details Hide Details On May 14, 2005, the group was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, hosted by Will Ferrell. One of Ferrell's popular Saturday Night Live characters, fictional Blue Öyster Cult cowbellist Gene Frenkle, made a re-appearance on the show, playing with the Queens on their first song of the night, "Little Sister". Frenkle played the song's wood block part using a cowbell along with the band, drawing much applause, and creating a bit of pop culture as a result of the skit. On November 22, 2005, the band released a live album/DVD set called Over the Years and Through the Woods, featuring a live concert filmed in London, England, and bonus features which included rare videos of songs from 1998 to 2005. In fall of 2005, the group supported Nine Inch Nails on their North American tour of With Teeth along with Autolux (for the first half of the tour) and Death from Above 1979 (for the second). NIN's guitarist Aaron North appeared as an onstage guest with the Queens for the songs "Born to Hula", "Regular John", "Avon", "Monsters in the Parasol" and "Long, Slow Goodbye" at the Wiltern LG in Los Angeles on December 19 and 20 2005.
  • 2004
    Homme has stated that the band's lowest point was during the Lullabies era, but that the record "took the lead jacket off" the band following the firing of Oliveri in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details On Valentine's Day 2007, the band's official website announced the new album would be titled Era Vulgaris, and would be released in June. Later in February, teaser videos surfaced showing Homme, Castillo, Van Leeuwen and Johannes in studio. Several sites reported that the album would include many guest vocalists, including Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails, Julian Casablancas from The Strokes, Mark Lanegan, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, and deceased humorist Erma Bombeck. Death from Above 1979 bassist Jesse F. Keeler had been expected to play bass on the studio recording of the album, but not to tour; however, due to schedule conflicts, he stated he would not be appearing on the album. When questioned in an interview with Ultimate Guitar Archive about the band settling down with one line-up, Homme replied with the following: Era Vulgaris was completed in early April 2007 and released June 12, 2007 in the US. The tracks "Sick, Sick, Sick" and "3's & 7's" were released as singles in early June. Homme has described the record as "dark, hard, and electrical, sort of like a construction worker." When asked about the vocals on the record, specifically the different style of singing that Homme used, he replied:
    In late 2004, Homme, along with Eleven multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes and remaining band members Van Leeuwen and Castillo recorded the Queens' fourth studio album, Lullabies to Paralyze, a title taken from a lyric in "Mosquito Song" from their previous album.
    More Details Hide Details The release featured the appearance of several guests, most notably ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons. Despite Lanegan reportedly turning down an invitation to remain with the band, he recorded vocals on new tracks (notably the solo vocalist on the opening track "This Lullaby") and appeared with the band on the supporting tour as scheduling as his health permitted. It had been rumored that Homme fired Lanegan; however, this was subsequently refuted: Lullabies to Paralyze was leaked onto the internet in February 2005 and was aired by Triple J radio in Australia on March 3, 2005 as an unsubstantiated 'World Premiere'.
  • 2001
    Towards the end of the Rated R tour, the band's performance at the 2001 Rock am Ring festival in Germany was, according to Homme, "the worst show we've ever played and it was in front of 40,000 people."
    More Details Hide Details The band decided to tattoo themselves with the starting time of the performance, "Freitag 4:15". As Oliveri explained: Frequent touring for Rated R generated support for the band which grew when Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer, Dave Grohl, joined in late 2001/early 2002 to record their third album. Songs for the Deaf was released in August, again featuring Mark Lanegan, as well as adding former A Perfect Circle guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen to the touring line-up following the album's release. Although Songs for the Deaf gained major attention, Grohl returned to his other projects and was replaced on the European leg of the album's supporting tour by former Danzig drummer Joey Castillo, who joined the band full-time. Also featured on Songs for the Deaf for the final track Mosquito Song were former A Perfect Circle bassist Paz Lenchantin (on viola and piano) and Dean Ween on guitar.
    During the 2001 Rock in Rio show, bassist Nick Oliveri was famously arrested after performing on stage naked, with only his bass guitar covering his dangling genitals.
    More Details Hide Details Oliveri apologized to officials, saying that he did not know it was a crime in Brazil. Following his work on Rated R, former Screaming Trees vocalist Mark Lanegan joined the band as a full-time member, a position he held until early 2005.
  • 2000
    2000's Rated R featured a myriad of musicians familiar with Homme and Oliveri's work and "crew" of sorts: among others, drummers Nick Lucero and Gene Trautmann, guitarists Dave Catching, Brendon McNichol, and Chris Goss contributed, and even Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford, recording next door, stepped in for a guest spot on "Feel Good Hit of the Summer".
    More Details Hide Details The album garnered positive reviews and received a lot more attention than their debut, despite the fact that the lyrics to "Feel Good Hit of the Summer" were deemed by mega-retailer Wal-Mart to promote drug use, almost causing the record to get pulled from store shelves. The success of the record also earned the band notable opening slots with The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, Hole, and a place at Ozzfest 2000. It was during this time that Homme stated:
  • TWENTIES
  • 1998
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