Queens Of The Stone Age to unleash double live DVD/CD

London shows feature on new release

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Queens Of The Stone Age are to release a double live DVD/CD featuring footage from their London summer shows at Brixton Academy and Koko.

'Over The Years And Through The Woods' is released on November 21 through Interscope.

Directed by Chapman Baehler, the DVD features 20 live tracks plus bonus features from throughout QOTSA's career, including songs with Dave Grohl, Mark Lanegan and former bassist Nick Oliveri from the 'Songs for the Deaf' era.

"We did some commentary when we were drinking. We kind of just watched stuff and messed around. If you turn the language to French, you'll hear us talkin' trash," frontman Josh Homme told Billboard.

The release also features a 15 track bonus CD.

"The songs we chose are alternate versions and different arrangements. It was a way to show wingspan, like how far out things can go," added Homme.

QOSTA had to reschedule their summer shows in the capital after Homme was taken ill before the first attempt and the London bombings on July 7 prevented the second attempt.

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