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Queens of the Stone Age Say ‘No’ to Nick Oliveri Reunion, But Kyuss ‘Lives!’
Queens of the Stone Age Say ‘No’ to Nick Oliveri Reunion, But Kyuss ‘Lives!’
In an interview with UGO.com, original Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri says there is little chance of him reuniting with his old gang anytime soon -- even though he is on good terms with them. And it's not for lack of wanting: he approached band leader Josh Homme about sitting in with the Queens for a song during a recent Los Angeles gig and Homme turned him down...
Queens of the Stone Age, ‘Rated R’ — Deluxe Edition Reissue
Queens of the Stone Age, ‘Rated R’ — Deluxe Edition Reissue
It's hard to believe it's been a decade since Queens of the Stone Age released their breakthrough album, 'Rated R.' They played Ozzfest in support of their major label debut, which seemed like an odd pairing, but this was before the really band blew up on the back of the hit 'No One Knows,' which appeared on 'Songs for the Deaf,' the 2002 follow-up to 'Rated R...
Top Metal Songs of 2009
A lot of great metal songs came out in 2009, which is why it has taken us so long to put together a definitive list of the top 10. In the end, there had to be some omissions, and some may seem to be glaring. For instance, there's nothing from Megadeth's killer new album 'Endgame,' Nile's ferocious 'Those Whom the Gods Detest,' Blut Aus Nord's experimental 'Memoria Vetusta II -- Dialogue with the S
Paul McCartney Wanted in on Them Crooked Vultures
Without question, Them Crooked Vultures was one of the biggest musical surprises of 2009. The band seemingly came out of nowhere and within a couple of months, seemed to have a record already in the bag and ready for release and they were playing to sell-out crowds all across the country, without anyone hearing a single note of their music...

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