Screaming Trees’ Mark Lanegan will lend his vocals to Queens of the Stone Age’s upcoming album
Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees fame will be putting his stamp on Queens of the Stone Age‘s upcoming album. According to a message posted on Queens of the Stone Age’s official Facebook page, Lanegan will be providing some guest vocals on the band’s sixth studio release.
On Facebook, the group noted, “Lanegan came by. He didn’t say much, but he sang good. [Guitarist] Troy Van Leeuwen said to [keyboardist] Dean Fertita as overheard by [bassist] Mikey Shoes.”
Of course, this isn’t Lanegan’s first time working with Queens of the Stone Age. Lanegan is a regular contributor to the band’s tracks, and he can be heard on 2000’s “Rated R,” 2002’s “Song for the Deaf” and 2005’s “Lullabies to Paralyze.”
On top of Lanegan, Queens of the Stone Age’s upcoming release will offer guest appearances from Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and Nirvana, former Queens of the Stone Age bass player Nick Oliveri and more. Look for the new album to arrive sometime this year.
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