Rockers use unusual methods to promote their upcoming release "...Like Clockwork."
Posted on May 06, 2013 03:10 pm
Things are looking creepy among the Queens of the Stone Age ranks with the latest launch of Likeclockwork.tv, a promotional website bound to take the level of anticipation for the group's upcoming release "...Like Clockwork" even higher. The horror site is now offering fans eerie phone calls and spooky messages.
Anyone brave enough to enter their number at the opening page will be granted an entrance to website's deeper chambers and a set of cryptic notes such as "Is there anybody out there, or am I just walking alone?", "Where are you hiding my love?" and "It begins. Monday," which refers to today's beginning of the "...Like Clockwork" preorder period. The phone number that you have entered will also receive a text regarding the new album.
Our guess on what exactly do such messages mean is as good as anyone's at the moment. We can most likely expect for the notes to be decoded as the June 4 release date gets closer.
QOTSA are currently busy promoting their latest single "My God is the Sun,"which saw its live premiere during the band's Lollapalooza Brazil festival performance back in March. The upcoming studio effort will feature several guest stars, including the likes of Elton John, Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner.