Queens Of The Stone Age put out NSFW Christmas jumper

The band are also selling a festive-themed tshirt

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Queens Of The Stone Age have unveiled their very own Christmas jumper.

The band are putting out two pieces of festive merch – the first a burgundy and white sweatshirt featuring two pairs of reindeers engaging in what can only be described as their own festive celebrations. It's priced at $34.99 USD (Around £22) and is available from the band's Reckords Reckords label shop in both burgundy and black. T-shirt versions are also available priced at $19.99 USD (around £13).

The second bit of festive apparel is a black T-shirt featuring the sperm logo from their album 'Songs For The Deaf' with a santa hat on it, which will set you back $19.99 USD (around £13).

Earlier this month (November 22), Queens Of The Stone Age unveiled a new three-track acoustic EP.

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The release, titled '...Like Cologne', is available now via Spotify and features unplugged versions of 'Long Slow Goodbye' from 2005's 'Lullabies to Paralyze' and 'The Vampyre of Time and Memory' and 'I Sat by the Ocean' from this year's '...Like Clockwork' release. The three tracks were recorded at the band's show at the Cologne Kulturkirche Köln on September 4 of this year.

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