Published Jun 13, 2017We've known that Queens of the Stone Age have new music in the works, but the question remains as to when Josh Homme and company will deliver their follow-up to 2013's ...Like Clockwork. If the band's new website is any indication, listeners might be closer than they think.
The band shared a mysterious clip today (June 13) that features voices repeating the words "gold" and "mine." Musically, the video features melodies from electric organ violin cut between shots of broken glass, racks of guitars, Homme and guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen.
You can find it in the player below.
Queens of the Stone Age also updated their website yesterday (June 12) to feature a number of interactive graphics. The site's main page displays a vintage television displaying static channels and covered in stickers. Phrases on screen and on the stickers include "Gold Standard," "Enteen," "1976 Evil," and "All My Confusion Is Waving Goodbye," among others.
A tweet from the band revealed that the web design was handled by artist Boneface. You can click around the site here.
Homme has previously said that the band's new record will arrive before a tour of Australia that kicks off July 13.