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Queens of the Stone Age (music group)

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  • Torche's 'Restarter' adds weight to Miami band's already heavy sound

    Torche's 'Restarter' adds weight to Miami band's already heavy sound
    If it's possible to do anything quietly in Torche's loud and heavy niche of the sound spectrum, the Miami quartet has taken an unassuming path to becoming one of the past decade's most consistent and consistently powerful rock bands. With "Restarter," its...
  • Torche lights up another winner

    Torche lights up another winner
    If it's possible to do anything quietly in Torche's loud and heavy niche of the sound spectrum, the Miami quartet has taken an unassuming path to becoming one of the last decade's most consistent and consistently powerful rock bands. With "Restarter"...
  • Hits and misses populate KROQ's annual Almost Acoustic Christmas gig

    Hits and misses populate KROQ's annual Almost Acoustic Christmas gig
    The hits just kept on coming, in many shades of distortion: Soft rock, indie rock, pop rock, arena rock, grunge rock, synth rock, ska rock, all merged into a mess of fist-pumping anthems with shout-along choruses. On Sunday, the second night of...
  • Jack Bruce, Cream bassist, dies at 71

    Jack Bruce, Cream bassist, dies at 71
    Jack Bruce, the Scottish bassist and singer best known for his work with 1960s hard rock pioneers Cream, died on Oct. 25 at his home in Suffolk, England. He was 71. Bruce's death was announced by his family on his official website. No cause of death was...
  • Cream Bassist Jack Bruce Dies at 71

    Jack Bruce, the Scottish bassist and singer best known for his work with 1960s hard rock pioneers Cream, died on Saturday at his home in Suffolk, England. He was 71. Bruce's death was announced by his family on his official website. No cause of death was...
  • The Black Keys hit hard at sold-out Forum concert

    The Black Keys hit hard at sold-out Forum concert
    Whether intentional or not, the Black Keys did an odd thing Thursday at the Forum. The rock duo, doubled to a quartet on the road for extra heft, opened a little sloppy and loose on the beat, like rock 'n' roll should be when the goal is as much...
  • Film Review: 'On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter'

    Motorcycles of all shapes, sizes and velocities speed around the track -- and, quite often, through the air -- in "On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter," director Dana Brown's effusive valentine to two-wheeled motorized transport in all its incarnations....
  • 'Queens of the Stone Age' guitarist buys home in Glendale

    'Queens of the Stone Age' guitarist buys home in Glendale
    Troy Van Leeuwen, the guitarist for Queens of the Stone Age, has purchased a home in Glendale for $1.365 million, the Los Angeles Times reported. The Spanish-style home, built in 1936, waxes bohemian with exposed beams, detailed ceiling treatments,...
  • New music revives the Afghan Whigs

    New music revives the Afghan Whigs
    "Do to the Beast" is the first new album from the Afghan Whigs in more than 15 years and their first release to reach the Top 40, despite the band's status as a vanguard of alternative rock in the 1990s. For bandleader Greg Dulli, the positive...
  • Fresh perspective fuels Death From Above 1979's reunion, new album

    Fresh perspective fuels Death From Above 1979's reunion, new album
    Look at a photograph of Death From Above 1979 — or, better yet, take in one of its reliably rowdy concerts — and you'll feel confident in saying the band consists of two members: drummer Sebastien Grainger, who also sings, and bassist Jesse F....
  • Grammys 2014: Trent Reznor apparently not happy with the finale

    Grammys 2014: Trent Reznor apparently not happy with the finale
    Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age had one of the most coveted Grammy performance slots. Immediately after the unveiling of album of the year, the Grammys were set to end on a grand finale that celebrated all things rock. Instead, moments after...