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March 26, 2013 | By Adam Lukach, @lucheezy and RedEye
Good news, hard rock fans: Queens of the Stone Age will release a new album in June, the band announced in a press release today. The record will be called "... Like Clockwork," perhaps a winking nod to the lengthy six-year gap between this album, the group's sixth, and 2007's "Era Vulgaris. " Or perhaps it's nothing at all and just me reading too much into a title. Whatever it means, the hiatus between albums has inspired them to return to square one, with frontman Josh Homme telling the Guardian last year "The robots are back!"
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June 3, 2013 | By Kyle Kramer and RedEye special contributor
*** (out of four) Queens of the Stone Age can be a difficult band to monitor. Not only has it been six long, side project-laden years since its last album ("Era Vulgaris"), but the revolving door nature of the group's lineup means that you may want to check Wikipedia to make sure you're on the same page as Josh Homme, the band's frontman and only permanent member. As hard rock has stagnated both creatively and commercially in the past decade, a marquee name like QOTSA feels almost like it exists as an excuse to bring together anyone who's interested in making this type of...
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June 3, 2013 | By Kyle Kramer and RedEye special contributor
*** (out of four) Queens of the Stone Age can be a difficult band to monitor. Not only has it been six long, side project-laden years since its last album ("Era Vulgaris"), but the revolving door nature of the group's lineup means that you may want to check Wikipedia to make sure you're on the same page as Josh Homme, the band's frontman and only permanent member. As hard rock has stagnated both creatively and commercially in the past decade, a marquee name like QOTSA feels almost like it exists as an excuse to bring together anyone who's interested in making this type of...
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March 26, 2013 | By Adam Lukach, @lucheezy and RedEye
Good news, hard rock fans: Queens of the Stone Age will release a new album in June, the band announced in a press release today. The record will be called "... Like Clockwork," perhaps a winking nod to the lengthy six-year gap between this album, the group's sixth, and 2007's "Era Vulgaris. " Or perhaps it's nothing at all and just me reading too much into a title. Whatever it means, the hiatus between albums has inspired them to return to square one, with frontman Josh Homme telling the Guardian last year "The robots are back!"
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November 20, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
As December rolls into Chicago, a range of must-see shows accompany the plummeting temperatures, including an arena turn from one fast-rising indie icon (Bon Iver) and a rare appearance from a true rock legend (Jerry Lee Lewis). And while entertainment options dry up around Christmas, New Year's Eve looks to be packed with difficult decision for fans of dance music (Rusko vs. The Hood Internet), rock (Disappears vs. Cage the Elephant) and soul (JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound vs. Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears vs. Otis Clay)
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March 4, 2012
Chicago rockers Vanarays answered our Chi-Tunes questionnaire . Do the same and your band could appear in RedEye! What makes your live show great? We play loud and hard--the way it's supposed to be. We also work hard to translate our studio sound to the stage. Describe your sound in five words or less. Catchy, loud, schizophrenic pop music. Tell us something random about the band, and why that's significant. All the band members are Latinos from the southeast side of Chicago, but we promote our music in a faceless manner.
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November 20, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
As December rolls into Chicago, a range of must-see shows accompany the plummeting temperatures, including an arena turn from one fast-rising indie icon (Bon Iver) and a rare appearance from a true rock legend (Jerry Lee Lewis). And while entertainment options dry up around Christmas, New Year's Eve looks to be packed with difficult decision for fans of dance music (Rusko vs. The Hood Internet), rock (Disappears vs. Cage the Elephant) and soul (JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound vs. Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears vs. Otis Clay)
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