Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes have announced the first new album from their band, Eagles of Death Metal, in seven years. The album, which is titled Zipper Down, is set for an October 2 release via T-Boy/UMe.
Some albums were made to be blared at high volumes while in shorts and hopefully at a beach. They are the creations that capture the sound of being carefree; party-centric odes to long nights and late mornings, and these three are at the top of the list.
Jesse Hughes embodies the full scope of rock ’n’ roll: His career is crafted on a tasty recipe of three parts skill and one part dick-swinging madman antics. The Eagles of Death Metal frontman has jumped headlong into a sexy and audacious new project called Boots Electric. The band is a funky, post-modern nod to funk pioneers George Clinton and Bootsy Collins, but also pays homage to classic rockers such as Led Zeppelin and Creedence Clearwater Revival.