Queens Of The Stone Age's "...Like Clockwork" Los Angeles, CA Live Show Available For Streaming
... The webcast of Queens Of The Stone Age
's set at at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA yesterday, May 23rd, can be viewed in full at NPR.org. The show saw the band perform nearly every track from their forthcoming album "...Like Clockwork" along with a variety of fan favorites. The setlist for the evening ran as follows: 01 - "Keep Your Eyes Peeled" 02 - "You Think I Ain't Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire" 03 - "Sick, Sick, Sick" 04 - "First It Giveth" 05 - "No One Knows" 06 - "My God Is The Sun" 07 - "I Sat By The Ocean" 08 - "The Vampyre Of Time And Memory" 09 - "I Never Came" 10 - "Kalopsia" 11 - "If I Had A Tail" 12 - "Turnin' On The Screw" 13 - "Burn The Witch" 14 - "Make It Wit Chu" 15 - "Smooth Sailing" 16 - "Little Sister" 17 - "I Think I Lost My Headache" 18 - "Go With The Flow" 19 - "I Appear Missing" 20 - "...Like Clockwork" 21 - "Feel Good Hit Of The Summer" 22 - "A Song For The Dead " "...Like Clockwork" will arrive in stores on June 04th through Matador Records. Queens Of The Stone Age
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WATCH: Queens of the Stone Age Premiere ...Like Clockwork Live at Los Angeles Concert
... Goto commentsLeave a commentTweetShare Another highly anticipated album for this Summer is, ...Like Clockwork, Queens of the Stone Age
's new endeavor. Photo Credit: Raymond Flotat The band played a show at the Wiltern last night and thankfully NPR was there to stream it. The entire show was streamed online but fret not if you missed it. NPR has the show uploaded on their site, along with photos from the gig. The band performed fan favorites and nearly the entirety of ...Like Clockwork. Fans may be aware that "My God is the Sun" is the current single but there have been videos released for several of the other tracks already. "I Appear Missing," "Kalopsia," "Keep Your Eyes Peeled," and "If I Had a Tail" all have videos - allowing fans to become familiar with the new material before it's release. The album is due out on June 4th.Tweet WATCH: Queens of the Stone Age
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Watch Queens of the Stone Age Perform Like Clockwork in Its Entirety Live
... Last night, Queens of the Stone Age
performed their upcoming album ...Like Clockwork in full at the Wiltern in Los Angeles. They also performed old tracks like "No One Knows" and "Little Sister". The whole thing was webcast by NPR Music. Watch the recording below. ...Like Clockwork is out June 4 via Matador. Here's the setlist: Here's Queens of the Stone Age
's new animated short film for a few songs from the album: Watch Queens of the Stone Age
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Queens of the Stone Age (1997-)
Josh Homme (guitar, vocals) 1997-
David Catching (guitar) 1997-2000
Nick Oliveri (bass, vocals) 1997-
Alfredo Hernandez (drums) 1997 - 1999
Mario Lalli (guitar) 1999
Gene Trautmann (drums) 1999 - 2002
Brendon McNichol (guitar) 2000 - 2002
Mark Lanegan (vocals) 2001 - 2006
Dave Grohl (drums) 2002
Troy Van Leeuwen (guitar, keyboard, vocals) 2002-
Joey Castillo (drums) 2002-2013
Dan Druff (bass) 2005
Alain Johannes (bass, guitar) 2005-
Michael Shuman (bass, vocals) 2007-
Dean Fertita (keyboard, vocals) 2007-
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After the breakup of "Kyuss" in 1995, Josh Homme played for various bands (Screaming Trees, Earthlings? and Soundgarden), before founding a new band in 1997 together with his ex-Kyuss bandmates Olivieri and Hernandez as well as Earthlings?'s Catching. The Band was originally called "Gamma Ray," but after a lawsuit by a German Metal band of the same name, the changed it to "Queens of the Stone Age."
They are probably the most famous band from what critics call "Stoner Rock," even though they reject that term.
The only consistent member of the band is founder Josh Homme, other members change frequently. When questioned in an interview with Ultimate Guitar
in March 2007 about the band settling down with one lineup, Homme replied with the following: "Does it seem like there will be? I don't know. Long ago I lost the opportunity to be in U2 - where it's the same 4 guys. I respect that, but at the same time this is the search to try to take advantage of playing with certain people, even if they can't stay, and then there's other times that you need to humble yourself at the altar of music, and if you don't (makes a throat cutting motion). (thanks, Martin - Rostock, Germany, for all above)
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