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KidsInterviewBands.com, a video interview series hosted by 7th-graders Olivia and Connie, conducted an interview with Josh Homme and Dean Fertita of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE on September 15 at The LC in Columbus, Ohio. You can now watch the chat below.

According to KidsInterviewBands.com, Olivia and Connie “are active in sports and other activities that typical 7th-graders enjoy. They aren’t sure if they want to make a living interviewing bands, but they are having a lot of fun getting the chance to talk to all the great artists who have agreed to sit down and chat with them.”

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE‘s latest album, “…Like Clockwork”, sold 91,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart. Issued on June 4 via Matador Records, the disc follows up “Era Vulgaris”, which opened with 52,000 units back in June 2007 to enter the chart at No. 14. The band’s 2005 offering “Lullabies to Paralyze” registered a first-week tally of nearly 97,000 copies, to debut at No. 5.

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE will appear in the all-star bill topped by CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG at the 27th annual Bridge School benefit concerts on Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.

Tickets for the Bridge School concerts go on sale Friday, September 13 at 10 a.m. at LiveNation.com, the Shoreline Amphitheatre box office, all Ticketmaster outlets, or by calling (800) 745-3000.

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE‘s Bridge School set will unveil new dimensions of the “…Like Clockwork” instant classics that have been garnering the most over the top raves of Joshua Homme and crew’s career, presumably alongside exclusive-to-the-evening arrangements of gems spanning the QUEENS‘ 15-year odyssey. As reports from the world at large continue to verify, Homme and cohorts Troy Van Leeuwen, Dean Fertita, Michael Shuman and Jon Theodore are delivering the world’s premiere live rock show nightly on their continually expanding world tour in support of “…Like Clockwork”.

“…Like Clockwork”, sold 91,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart. Issued on June 4 via Matador Records, the disc follows up “Era Vulgaris”, which opened with 52,000 units back in June 2007 to enter the chart at No. 14. The band’s 2005 offering “Lullabies to Paralyze” registered a first-week tally of nearly 97,000 copies, to debut at No. 5.

Described by Homme as “an audio documentary of a manic year,” “…Like Clockwork” is the band’s first full-length collection of all new material since 2007’s “Era Vulgaris”, as well as its debut release on new label partner Matador.

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Following the cryptic surfacing of the LikeClockwork.tv and its hazy semi-clues and last night’s Adult Swim ad, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have unveiled a trailer scored by three minutes of the never-before-heard “I Appear Missing”, which appears in its entirety on the band’s upcoming “…Like Clockwork” album, due out June 4 on Matador Records.

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE will release its sixth studio album, “‚ĶLike Clockwork”, on June 4 via Matador Records, which is part of Beggars Group, the largest independent label group in the world.

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE has set “…Like Clockwork” as the title of its long-awaited sixth album, due in June via the band’s new label home, Matador Records.

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Arcade Fire paid tribute to the late Matador Records rocker Jay Reatard.

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Jason Simon, guitarist and vocalist for critically acclaimed Washington, D.C. hard rock band and Matador Records recording artists DEAD MEADOW has completed work on his debut solo album. Simon will…

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Nebraska’s THE MATADOR has inked a deal with Imagine It Records.

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