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Posted on Nov 22, 2013 09:31 am
After jamming across Europe for the past few months in support of their latest studio effort "...Like Clockwork," Queens of the Stone Age have decided to encompass their journey with an official live release "...Like Cologne."
The footage itself was recorded on September 4 in Cologne, Germany, and features acoustic versions of "Long Slow Goodbye," "The Vampyre of Time and Memory" and "I Sat by the Ocean" tracks.
Josh Homme and co. are in top shape at the moment, so make sure to give the record a listen or two over on Spotify.
In other QOTSA news, the band has recently premiered an interactive video for "The Vampyre of Time and Memory" tune. Designed by Creators Project, the clip takes the viewer on a spooky ride, giving the song a new perspective.
"Working on this Queens video was the ultimate artistic joyride," said director Jason Trucco. "On the technology side, Darknet was the perfect forward-thinking company to push the boundaries of music video presentation. All art is technology, technology that shares an experience or an idea. 'Vampyre' uses all the tools available to us today to share a meaningful common experience."
But back to the concert record - how's the QOTSA live magic holding up? Let us know in the comments.