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Customer Reviews

An original sounding album from an original band

In this album, Qotsa really show off their originality by putting together an album which has many songs that are worth remembering. The most memorable songs off of the album for me are Battery Acid, Suture up your Future and Into the Hollow. I recommend this album for anybody looking for something new, away from the unoriginal sounding Indie bands.


first 9 songs are great, last 4 rn't dat gud

era vulgaris

great album it sound so different to their previous work but still has that unmistakeable QTSA sound.


Formed: 1997 in Palm Desert, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed from the ashes of stoner rock icons Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age reunited the group's singer/guitarist Josh Homme, drummer Alfredo Hernandez, and bassist Nick Oliveri along with new guitarist/keyboardist Dave Catching. The project's origins date back to Homme, who in the wake of Kyuss' 1995 demise relocated to Seattle to tour with the Screaming Trees; he soon began working with a revolving lineup of musicians including the Trees' Van Conner, Soundgarden's Matt Cameron, and Dinosaur Jr.'s...
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