Even though he’s been in the studio cutting tracks for the new Queens of the Stone Age album, Dave Grohl says he will not be touring with the band. In an interview with a CBS affiliate in New York, Grohl talked briefly about his latest work with Queens, after the departure of their drummer Joey Castillo. He did indicate that Them Crooked Vultures is sure to start back up soon after Queens release and tour. Them Crooked Vultures featured Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme and Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones. Meanwhile, Grohl says Sound City the documentary he put together about a studio where a ton of bands have recorded epic albums will be released February 1st. For details and to purchase Sound City for $10, visit SoundCityMovie.com. The movie will be featured at the Sundance Film Festival and Grohl will then bounce over to South by Southwest in 2013 as a keynote speaker. Let’s just say, Grohl has a full plate and won’t be able to tour with Queens, even thought that ‘d be super bad ass. But, even without Grohl, Queens live is bad ass!
Another video posted
Just when you thought they were done putting out teasers ahead of the release of Quebec Magnetic, they’ve release yet another video. You can now watch Metallica perform “The Four Horsemen,” a video taken from the forthcoming Quebec Magnetic live video to be released tomorrow. Watch that video below or at this link. The release features over 20 live performances, hours of intense thrashing, and also backstage interviews with the band. Quebec Magnetic is being released on Metallica’s newly created record label Blackened Records.
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