QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Films 'Sick, Sick, Sick' Video

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE shot a video for its new single, "Sick, Sick, Sick" on Wednesday (April 25) in the Los Angeles area. According to the casting call sheet, the clip will feature footage of the band performing "at a dinner party audience of one."

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have set June 12 as the release date for the band's fifth studio album, "Era Vulgaris". The CD, which was previewed at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas last month, will feature 11 new songs and guest appearances from STROKES singer Julian Casablancas and former QUEENS vocalist Mark Lanegan. Check out the CD cover artwork at this location.

Michael Shuman of the Los Angeles act WIRES ON FIRE is the new QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE bassist. The band has been without a permanent bass player since the dismissal of Nick Oliveri in 2004. Also newly added to the band's lineup is keyboardist Dean Fertita. Check out a photo of the latest incarnation of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE at Uncut.co.uk.

"Era Vulgaris" follows up 2005's "Lullabies to Paralyze".

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"Era Vulgaris" track listing:

01. Turning on the Screw
02. Sick, Sick, Sick
03. I'm Designer
04. Into the Hollow
05. Misfit Love
06. Battery Acid
07. Make It Wit Chu
08. 3's & 7's
09. Suture Up Your Future
10. River in the Road
11. Run Pig Run

Another new QOTSA song, entitled "Era Vulgaris", was reportedly released in a special package sent to fans who won a secret competition on the QOTSA forum. The track, which will not appear on the group's upcoming full-length CD, features a guest appearance by NINE INCH NAILS frontman Trent Reznor.

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