Austin, Texas radio station KUT 90.5 conducted separate interviews with THEM CROOKED VULTURES members Dave Grohl (also of FOO FIGHTERS) and John Paul Jones (also of LED ZEPPELIN) prior to the band's performance for the "Austin City Limits" TV program. Watch the interview clips below.

THEM CROOKED VULTURES's first North American tour launched last night (Thursday, October 1) at the kick-off party for the Austin City Limits festival in Austin, Texas.

THEM CROOKED VULTURES has played only one other show in the U.S. so far, on August 9 at a Lollapalooza afterparty in Chicago.

The band recently finished a short run of European festival dates.

Although a debut album has been completed, reports of an October 27 release are said by the group's publicist to be just rumors, according to The Pulse of Radio.

Several short clips of both live and studio performances by the trio have already surfaced on YouTube.

THEM CROOKED VULTURES's North American tour is scheduled to close October 15 at Roseland Ballroom in New York.

In addition to Grohl and Jones, THEM CROOKED VULTURES features QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE singer/guitarist Josh Homme.


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