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Queens of the Stone Age to Perform Self-Titled Debut on Tour

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Queens of the Stone Age are reissuing their thoroughly excellent self-titled debut, which came out all the way back in 1998, as a deluxe version on March 1. The band will continue celebrating the release’s 13th anniversary by playing the album in its entirety on a short tour that begins on March 18 and runs through April 12.

The Josh Homme-fronted band also revealed that they will play more early material on the Queens of the Stone Age tour dates, including “nightly surprises” — whatever that means. We’re just excited to hear some songs we’ve never heard them play live before.

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