Queens of The Stone Age
…Like Clockwork

In the past two decades post rock and alternative rock made a strong impact on the music industry. In 1998, Queens of the Stone Age released their debut album with Josh Homme, the band’s vocalist, guitarist and main composer on the front line. The band created a huge fanbase, especially in the USA, recording busily for a decade and on. Josh Homme and Queens of the Stone Age returned to release their sixth full-length record ‘…Like Clockwork’. In this album, Joey Castillo, the band’s drummer got fired and Dave Grohl (Homme’s close friend) replaced him as a session musician. The band continues with four members in its line-up and a darker (as Josh states) new music record.

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: ‘I Appear Missing’ Animated Video Released

Following the cryptic surfacing of the LikeClockwork.tv and its hazy semi-clues and last night's Adult Swim ad, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have unveiled a trailer scored by three minutes of the never-before-heard "I Appear Missing", which appears in its entirety on the band's upcoming "...Like Clockwork" album, due out June 4 on Matador Records. Showcasing disturbingly beautiful (or beautifully disturbing?) images from the boundless imagination of "...Like Clockwork" visual visionary, enigmatic U.K. artist Boneface (brought to life by animator Liam Brazier), "I Appear Missing" is a hypnotic journey into a nightmare-scape that adds illustrative dimension to another audio glimpse of the coming storm that is "...Like Clockwork".