QOTSA Reveal Opening Song From 'Like Clockwork'

artist: Queens of the Stone Age date: 05/14/2013 category: upcoming releases
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QOTSA Reveal Opening Song From 'Like Clockwork'
"Keep Your Eyes Peeled" is a dark crawl through guitar chugs and Josh Homme's trademark melodic singing, and you can hear it in the player below. It will appear on their new album "... Like Clockwork" which will be available worldwide in early June. It is the third song to be revealed live, after two songs were revealed during another Belgian studio session last week when they premiered "If I Had a Tail" and "I Sat by the Ocean." Only two songs direct from the album have been revealed, starting with "My God is the Sun" and more recently "I Appear Missing" which features Dave Grohl on drums and is accompanied by a spooky animated video. Listen to the live version of "Keep Your Eyes Peeled" by Queens of the Stone Age in the player below. What do you think of the opening track? Are the songs revealed so far living up to your expectations? Let us know what you think in the comments. "... Like Clockwork" track listing: 01. Keep Your Eyes Peeled 02. I Sat by the Ocean 03. The Vampyre of Time and Memory 04. If I Had a Tail 05. My God Is the Sun 06. Kalopsia 07. Fairweather Friends 08. Smooth Sailing 09. I Appear Missing 10. ... Like Clockwork
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