May 26, 2009 16:20

Queens Of The Stone Age and Mark Lanegan band members collaborate

Sweethead release their first EP this July

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A new band featuring members of Queens Of The Stone Age and Mark Lanegan's band have formed and are set to release their debut EP in July.

Named after a David Bowie B-side, Sweethead features Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens Of The Stone Age) on guitar, Norm Block (Mark Lanegan's band member) on drums, Eddie Nappi (Lanegan) on bass and vocalist Serrina Sims.

The band's debut EP 'The Great Disruptors' is released on July 13. It includes a cover of The Kinks' 'Tired of Waiting For You', which fans can also download for free from Sweethead.net.

Sweethead play a UK gig on June 3 at London's Water Rats.

The tracklisting for 'The Great Disruptors' is:

'The Great Disruptors'
'Hardspun'
'Arcane Arcade'
'Traumatized And Dumb'
'Tired of Waiting For You'


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