The powerful and mighty Queens of the Stone Age are offering a special DVD to go with their highly anticipated and extremely ferocious new record, Songs for the Deaf. The first 200,000 fans who cop the piece, which features Dave Grohl on drums and Mark Lanegan on various vocals, will receive a limited DVD. The bonus disc will feature studio footage during the making of Songs, an interview from their Secret Summer tour, three tracks recorded at the Troubadour earlier this year (which MTV2 aired), and two vintage songs from the 2000 Ozzfest in St, Louis. Songs for the Deaf will be heard on August 27, three days before Queens embark on their nationwide tour with And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, which ignites in D.C. on August 30. Click here for a Tripwire review of the Queens of the Stone Age performance June 6 in Chicago, and here for the complete tour itinerary.
Source: Jason Anfinsen