Queens Of The Stone Age Streaming New Album ‘…Like Clockwork’ Now

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While Queens of the Stone Age’s new album, …Like Clockwork, is set for release on June 4, the album is currently being streamed oniTunes for the next week leading up to the big day.

Boasting dark and wildly diverse tracks like “I Appear Missing” and “Kalopsia,” the new album is shaping up to be one of the most essential rock releases of the year. Listen here and decide for yourself.

Queens of the Stone Age recently played most of the new album mixed in with a wide cross-section of older material during a special L.A. theater show, with such celebrities as Morrissey, Jack White and Kat Von D spotted among the crowd.

The album recently received a boost from celeb chef Anthony Bourdain, who penned the band’s official bio that accompanies the release, stating in part:

“Whatever happened — out there, in whatever desert arroyo, former meth lab, decommissioned missile silo, nuclear test site, underground laboratory, convergence of brain waves and gamma rays, QOTSA emerges with not only their best work to date, but one of the most ambitious, fully realized rock albums in recent memory.”

…Like Clockwork will be the first new Queens of the Stone Age full-length since Era Vulgaris in 2007, which featured singles like “Sick, Sick, Sick” and “Make It Witchu.”

With a series of tour dates across Europe through July, Queens of the Stone Age return to America on August 2 to perform at Lollapalooza 2013. The band continues across North America through October, with stops at music festivals such as Philadelphia’s Made in America festival over Labor Day Weekend and Austin City Limits in Texas, set for Oct. 4-6 and Oct. 11-13.

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