News On The Queens Of The Stone Age Front, Details Here
Queens of the Stone Age are another band that keeps on adding to their 2013 festival plans across Europe (see The Killers as well). The latest festival and country they will visit is the FIB Benicassim in Spain. The festival, which will also feature The Killers, Azealia Banks, Jake Bugg and the Palma Violets among others, is set to take place July 18 through July 21.
Tickets are on sale now and the best deals on all FIB Benicassim tickets can be found right here at SeatGeek.
Exciting news on the QOTSA front! Last time we updated on the band, they were in the studio recording their new album, the first since 2007, when they released Era Vulgaris. With Dave Grohl on the drums, lead singer and guitarist Josh Homme has stated that the new songs “sound like running in a dream” (source: NME). Adding to that may be the fact that Trent Reznor is also in the studio recording with the band.
What’s exciting is that we now have a release time frame for the album. The new tunes will hit the general public during the month of March. There are no specifics yet as to the exact date, but fans can now circle the whole month of March as they wait for the release.
We’ll keep bringing you all the latest info on the new Queens of the Stone Age album and of course any tour news as it is unveiled.
With Queens of the Stone Age set to play numerous festivals so far in 2013 – from Lollapalooza in Chile and Brazil to festivals in Switzerland, the United Kingdom,
Finland, Denmark, Luxembourg, Hungary and Poland came the news below that they are also in the studio recording their latest album, slated to drop sometime in 2013. One of their regular partners involved with in the studio is Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. Grohl will also be involved with the new album, playing drums as he has done in the past.
However, Grohl has made it clear he will not be joining the band in 2013 as they tour the globe. On the other hand however, Grohl hopes to get back in the studio with QOTSA frontman Josh Homme and Led Zeppelin legend John Paul Jones to reunite for a new Them Crooked Vultures album. Stay tuned for more details on that front.
Queens of the Stone Age are making moves in 2013. With the news that they are in the studio working on their sixth album, the first since 2007’s Era Vulgaris, the band has also revealed some 2013 European concert festival plans during the warmer months of June and July.
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Queens of the Stone Age Tour Dates 2013
Already confirmed for the Download Festival as a headliner with Alice in Chains, Iron Maiden, Rammstein, and Slipknot, the band revealed plans to headline the Heineken Open’er Festival in Poland next year. Set to take place at the Gdynia-Kosakowo Airfield in Gdynia between July 4-7, QOTSA is confirmed to play the main stage on July 5. Also confirmed to be a headliner on one of the festival days is Blur.
Getting back to the album news, Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters, a frequent collaborator with Queens of the Stone Age, detailed that he will be involved with the band’s new album. With the album scheduled for release in 2013 and festival appearances popping up, one can assume that a tour during 2013 will eventually come to fruition.
Queens of the Stone Age Concert Tickets 2013
Innings Festival (Friday Pass) with Queens Of The Stone Age, Young the Giant, Cold War Kids, and moreTempe Beach Park – Tempe, AZ
Innings Festival (3 Day Pass) with Chris Stapleton, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Avett Brothers, and moreTempe Beach Park – Tempe, AZ
Shaky Knees Music Festival (3 Day Pass) with Jack White, Queens Of The Stone Age, The National, and moreCentral Park – Atlanta, GA
Beale Street Music Festival (Friday Pass) with Queens Of The Stone Age, Alanis Morissette, Tyler, the Creator, and moreTom Lee Park – Memphis, TN
- Tickets Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, Canada
- Tickets Rogers Place – Edmonton, Canada
- Tickets Bell MTS Place – Winnipeg, Canada
- Tickets Budweiser Gardens – London, Canada
Queens of the Stone Age Ticket Prices
|City||State||Venue Name||Date||Avg. Price|
|Atlanta||GA||Center Stage Theatre||3/21/2011||$85.46|
|Asheville||NC||The Orange Peel||3/23/2011||$71.80|
|New York||NY||Terminal 5||3/25/2011||$86.53|
|Boston||MA||House of Blues||3/26/2011||$69.40|
|Cleveland||OH||House of Blues Cleveland||3/30/2011||$64.28|
|West Des Moines||IA||Val Air Ballroom||4/4/2011||$29.33|
|Saint Louis||MO||The Pageant||4/5/2011||$49.92|
|Kansas City||MO||Beaumont Club||4/6/2011||$55.38|
|Oakland||CA||Fox Theater – Oakland||4/11/2011||$87.49|
|Los Angeles||CA||The Wiltern||4/12/2011||$73.17|
|Los Angeles||CA||The Wiltern||4/13/2011||$73.19|
|Las Vegas||NV||The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas||7/23/2011||$69.29|
|Pomona||CA||Fox Theater Pomona||7/25/2011||$61.20|
|Santa Cruz||CA||The Catalyst||7/26/2011||$72.16|
|Seattle||WA||Showbox at the Market||7/31/2011||$80.20|
|Calgary||AB||Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium||8/2/2011||$77.64|
Queens of the Stone Age Videos
“Go With The Flow”
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