Queens Of The Stone Age have recruited yet another musician to their ever-growing list of high-calibre collaborators on their new album.
Jake Shears, singer with the Scissor Sisters, has revealed his part in the forthcoming record which remains without a title or release date.
He joins the likes of Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor and Nick Oliveri who are all contributing to the long-awaited album, which was originally slated for release over a year ago.
Jake Shears + Queens of the Stone Age=satanic cabaret twitter.com/Jakeshears/sta
Jake Shears (@Jakeshears) December 20, 2012
Reports of a March 2013 release were quickly dismissed by the band yesterday (via NME). It seems that Antiquiet released some purported artwork, seen below, with a teaser date of 'March 2013' (via Fact), but any relating post on Antiquiet appears to have been removed.
It's been a long wait, but if the album lives up to expectations, it could be a highlight of 2013 - even if it was supposed to be a highlight of 2011.
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