God save the Queens. "Rock should be heavy enough for the boys and sweet enough for the girls. That way everyone's happy and it's more of a party", Josh Homme once said. Queens Of The Stone Age broke through in 2002 with ‘Songs For The Deaf’. It is considered one of the best albums of the 21st century. The singles ‘No One Knows’ and ‘Go With The Flow’ are major hits. QOTSA developed into an essential and adventurous rock band. The members regularly work on side projects, which ensures new fire. ‘Villains’ (2017) came after an almost 5-year break. It’s a surprising collaboration with Mark Ronson, the man behind ‘Uptown Funk’ (with Bruno Mars) and the brain behind ‘Back to Black’ (by Amy Winehouse). He provides panache and swing and makes the Queens dance. Rock Werchter, Queens of The Stone Age and Josh Homme go back a long way and have shared beautiful moments together. Performances with Dave Grohl on drums, with Mark Lanegan as guest singer. Josh Homme with Them Crooked Vultures as a guest during a Pearl Jam show. Here’s to new adventures together!