Launch Radio Networks is reporting that QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have set "Over the Years and Through the Woods" as the title of their upcoming live CD/DVD package, which is due for release on November 22. The bulk of the set is comprised of footage from two performances in London that the band filmed this past summer. Frontman Josh Homme recently told RollingStone.com that the set will include plenty of special material, including a song called "The Fun Machine Took a Shit and Died" that was originally supposed to be on the band's latest album, "Lullabies to Paralyze", until the tapes "got lost."

The CD/DVD will also feature a rare cut called "The Bronze", plus live versions of several songs from Homme's "Desert Sessions" side projects.

QUEENS OF THE STONE will perform on ABC-TV's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Friday (September 30).

Homme and DISTILLERS vocalist Brody Dalle are expecting their first child. She and Homme are also engaged.

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE are currently on tour with NINE INCH NAILS.


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