“If you’re going to be different, you’re going to be hit by rocks,” Queens frontman Josh Homme told Radio.com, quoting his grandfather. “So you need to learn to like rocks.”
On onstage rant by the band’s frontman has inspired a comedic new Twitter account which allows him to direct his ire at any number of random objects, including tables and magnets.
You can get close to Josh Homme, but not too close. Something an overzealous fan learned the hard way.
For this installation of GRAMMY Gourmet, we spoke with Homme about his relationship with Bourdain, his favorite recipe (sorry folks, recipe’s secret), and advice for all those aspiring chefs out there.
Users can find the band performing in three different settings, as well as access song lyrics and a direct link to purchase new album ‘…Like Clockwork’ by navigating various onscreen “Easter eggs” found in the fantastical new clip.
Talk about punishing the folks who left early to beat traffic!
When British comedy duo of Stinky Mike find out Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme is a huge Star Wars fan, they decide to help out by putting him through a rigorous casting process.
Josh Homme was not pleased when security at Made In America Festival wanted to check his bags.
Josh Homme talks about keeping QOTSA setlists fresh, liking Grimes and why Eagles of Death Metal fans should be on watch.
Queens of the Stone Age sound off in a video interview with Radio.com. How familiar (and famous) faces helped Josh Homme & co. bounce back in a big way.
QOTSA mastermind Josh Homme is a rock and roll contradiction, combining heavy metal thunder with NPR intellectualism. After nearly dying during routine surgery, he may have just crafted his band’s finest full-length to date.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated, from a critical pop fan’s perspective.
The towering QOTSA singer found himself face to face with a Range Rover in the Hollywood Hills. Hear how he narrowly avoided a major collision with a certain TV actress.
Queens of the Stone Age gave a performance that proved why, after 15+ years, their devotion to no-nonsense rock and roll (albeit with a brain) has kept them relentlessly contemporary and perpetually essential.
Queens of the Stone Age refer to their first album in six years not as their return but as the start of something new: QOTSA 2.0. Today, the band debuted the album’s first hard-hitting single, titled “My God Is The Sun.” Stream now.