QOTSA Post Second Cryptic Letter

artist: queens of the stone age date: 01/30/2013 category: general music news
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QOTSA Post Second Cryptic Letter
Queens Of The Stone Age have posted a second cryptic letter to the press. The first was to Mojo magazine in December, and said their forthcoming album is "like running in a dream inside a codeine cabaret." The new letter was sent to Uncut magazine, was snapped by Chuck Hipolitho (via Antiquiet) and continues with a clockwork theme. "If you find a way to embrace the chaos of life, that chaos can become your biggest inspiration," said the hand-drawn letter which echoes sentiments in the Mojo letter. "The songs [on this album] are very raw and an honest reaction to our last year. We can't seem tow rite about the past or the future 'cause we're so chained to the moment." Fans have started hunting for clues in the letters, in the hope that it might reveal an album title or release date. So far, the clock in each letter have been set to 9 o'clock. There has also been a clear heading on each letter which may run into each other. After only two letters, this would read: "A stitch in time will save you 9, but... if you find... " ...Yep, we're stumped too. Share your theories and excitement for the new record, which features Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor and Mark Lanegan and others, in the comments.
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