Kyuss' fourth release is entitled ...And The Circus Leaves Town, and apparently it took whatever it was that made their previous release so compelling with it.
Released: Jun 30, 1992
With guitars tuned way down and amps turned way up, Kyuss's deafening assault switches from light to hammering in a blink on some tracks, while slowly building on others.
Released: Dec 9, 1997
Kyuss tie up the loose ends of their career with Queens Of The Stone Age, an odds-and-ends collection of tracks previously available on limited-edition releases, promotional recordings, and such.
Released: Jun 28, 1994
Impressive creative range, from furious metal to psychedelic grooves, and anything in between.
Hindsight is always 20/20, but Kyuss' promising debut album, 1991's Wretch, was completely ignored by media and public.