QOTSA Side-Project Sweethead Streaming New Single

artist: Queens of the Stone Age date: 11/15/2013 category: entertainment

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QOTSA Side-Project Sweethead Streaming New Single
Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen's side-project Sweethead recently premiered their new single "Reverse Exorcism." As the title track of the group's new release, the song drops ahead of the four-piece's UK arena tour supporting QOTSA. A sturdy beat and the gloomy bits have all the elements needed for keeping the listener's attention active and their head bopping, so make sure to check the song out below. Sweethead were formed back in 2008 and have released their self-titled debut in 2009. Apart from Van Leeuwen, the band consists of singer Serrina Sims, bassist Eddie Nappi and Norm Block behind the drum kit. Check out the group's upcoming QOTSA support dates below. 11/16 - Glasgow - Hydro Arena 11/17 - Dublin - O2 Arena 11/18 - Belfast - Odyssey 11/20 - Manchester - MEN Arena 11/21 - Birmingham - NIA 11/22 - London - Wembley Arena 11/23 - London - Wembley Arena
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