THE EAGLES OF DEATH METAL Album To Surface In February

THE EAGLES OF DEATH METAL, the new band featuring QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE frontman Josh Homme and Jesse "The Devil" Hughes, will release their long-delayed full-length album, "Peace, Love, and Death Metal", on February 14 through Homme's Rekords Rekords label imprint. In the meantime, the group will be touring with PLACEBO during November and December. Download a full-length MP3 of the track "I Only Want You" at this location.

Josh had previously described THE EAGLES OF DEATH METAL's music as "stripper drum-beats, bluegrass slide guitar, bass, death metal and CANNED HEAT vocals. The primary source of THE EAGLES is a guy named Jesse 'The Devil' Hughes. He's a member of the National Rifle Association who tries to spread the word of the Devil everywhere, loves porno and crystal meth."


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