Queens Of The Stone Age to begin recording new album 'in January'

Keyboardist Dean Fertita reveals that 'everybody seems excited and ready to go'

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Queens Of The Stone Age are set to begin recording a new album in January.

Keyboardist Dean Fertita revealed that the band are "ready to go" on what will be the follow-up to 2007's 'Era Vulgaris'.

"Everybody seems excited and ready to go," Fertita told Billboard. "We've got so many ideas started already; I guess we'll see what turns out to be everybody's favorite."

"It's very much still [Josh Homme's] band," he continued. "But I think all of us really feel like we've found our space in it and can contribute to it as well."

A release date and title for the group's sixth studio effort has yet to be announced.

Meanwhile, the band recently reissued their 1998 self-titled debut album and earlier this year also released a 10th anniversary edition of their second LP, 'Rated R'.


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