Welcome to our weekly roundup of the latest new music streams from around the web.
This week, Queens of the Stone Age gave us something different while promoting their new album on French radio, and Stone Sour return with a glistening new lyric video.
Further down, there's some sweet new tracks from lesser-known acts like Lissie, and then we finish up with something you'd never expect: a collaboration between Meshuggah and YouTube sensation Psy. Brliiant, even if it didn't really happen. Enjoy!
Queens of the Stone Age "One Hundred Days" [Mark Lanegan cover]
QOTSA recently appeared on French radio to cover this song by their friend and collaborator Mark Lanegan.
Stone Sour "The Uncanny Valley"
New lyric video from this track which features on their new album "House of Gold & Bones Part 2."
Spock's Beard "Submerged"
A new single from their spring album "Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep." Not as proggy as you might expect, from this lot.
Born of Osiris "Machine"
Roaring metal which acts as a taster for their new LP which will be out in August.
Lissie is full of attitude and overdriven vocals, and if you believe the legends, she doesn't even need an effect pedal to do it.
King Khan & The Shrines "Born To Die"
The spirit of the early '70s is alive and well in this number from the international lineup in King Khan and the Shrines.
And now for something else...
Meshuggah Feat. Psy
What would it sound like if Korean rapper Psy teamed up with Meshuggah? There's only one way to find out...
Which tracks do you like or loathe? Let us know your favorites in the comments.