Legendary rock band, Queens Of The Stone Age, have just announced vinyl reissues of their first four albums for Interscope.
The albums span the period from 2001 to 2007 and include Rated R, Songs For The Deaf, Lullabies to Paralyze, and Era Vulgaris.
Queens Of The Stone Age have just announced vinyl reissues for four classic albums released through Interscope, starting this November.
Announced via social media, the reissues are being released on high-quality 180-gram vinyl and will be made available in two instalments, with the first two being released on the 22nd of November, and the second two on December 2oth.
Songs For The Deaf is also getting a limited edition coloured reissue in collaboration with record of the month club, Vinyl Me, Please, for their November Essentials Record.
After releasing their debut album in 1998, Queens Of The Stone Age soon signed to Interscope, releasing the above four records. In 2002, No One Knows, off Songs For The Deaf, topped triple j’s Hottest 100.
In other news, on October 25th singer Josh Homme will be releasing two new albums for his Desert Sessions, the first new music from the collective in sixteen years.
For more info and to pre-order, head over to the band’s website. In the meantime, listen to No One Knows below.