According to The Pulse of Radio, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE frontman Josh Homme wants the band to schlep out to his studio in the California desert to record its sixth studio album. The singer and guitarist told NME.com, "We may move out there for a few months. That way, you build up anxiety and desperateness to record so that, when you do, it's like a fireball." Homme himself records frequently at his desert digs, recording a string of albums called the 'Desert Sessions' there with a revolving cast of guest artists and past and present QUEENS members.
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's last album, "Era Vulgaris", came out in the spring of 2007.
The band is currently remastering its 1998 self-titled debut album for re-release this November.