Dave Grohl & Josh Homme Reunite For New Project


Dave Grohl and Josh Homme appear to be working on a new project together, following a now deleted Instagram post from Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes. Hughes posted a photo of himself, Grohl, and Homme in what appears to be a studio. Grohl and Homme have played together in Queens of the Stone Age and Them Crooked Vultures, while Homme and Hughes play together in Eagles of Death Metal. Queens of the Stone Age are currently recording a new album, set for release in 2017. View the photo below.


Mastodon’s Troy Sanders was recently interviewed by Rolling Stone about his side project with Queens of the Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen, Gone is Gone. Sanders revealed that Queens of the Stone Age are ‘extremely busy’ writing and recording. The band are currently in the studio with plans to release a new album in 2017.

“We’ve all done this many times before, so we’re not going to show up to the show unprepared. That would be out of all our characters to do that. I like to think none of us needs this band, but we all really want this band. When that’s the mentality, this is special to the four of us. Otherwise, we wouldn’t dedicate the first week of 2017 to working on this band. For example, Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon and At the Drive-In have all been recording, and we all have new records coming out this year.

We’ve all been extremely busy writing and recording, and we’re about to get super busy touring the world. So I believe we’re all fulfilled to a certain degree with all we have going on. That sets a special tone for a very special thing we all share. This band doesn’t bring us fame or money, but it brings us a different sense of fulfillment and energy that we all give each other. To answer your question, it’s a cool challenge because we have all these songs to revisit and relearn. We have four people on the same page, and it’s pretty special.”