Queens Of The Stone Age will embark on an extensive world tour in support of their long-awaited new record "...Like Clockwork" which is out in June.
No other official dates have been revealed, but the band promise to hit the road in a big way after spending so long in the studio working on the new album.
They're also on the lineup for a bunch of festival dates, starting this weekend with Lollapalooza in Brazil and with more to follow over the summer. Events listed so far include Download in the UK, Peace And Love Festival in Sweden, Roskilde in Denmark, and Benicassim in Spain, according to NME.
Today it was revealed that former Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore will join them on the road as their full-time touring drummer, replacing long-term QOTSA drummer Joey Castillo.
It was also revealed that Arctic Monkeys singer Alex Turner has joined the roster of guest musicians, which to date includes Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor and Sir Elton John among many others.
Will you try to catch Queens Of The Stone Age on this tour before they disappear into a studio again for several years? Have you seen them before? Let us know about it in the comments.