April 23, 2007 16:05

UNKLE team up with Queens Of The Stone Age

Josh Homme guests on new album

UNKLE team up with Queens Of The Stone Age
UNKLE have teamed up with Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme for their new album ’War Stories’.

Homme will sing on the track ’Hold My Hand’, which appears on the album, due out on July 9.

Homme is one of the guests on the new album, which is produced by QOTSA collaborator Chris Goss.

Also appearing on the album are The Duke Spirit, Massive Attack's 3D, Ian Astbury from The Cult and Autolux.

UNKLE frontman James Lavelle will also be making his vocal debut on the album, also singing on the song ’Hold My Hand’, as well duetting with Richard File on ’Morning Rage’.

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