The star is tipped to drum for the stoner rockers at their live comeback in LA...

DAVE GROHL is tipped to drum for Queens Of The Stone Age when they make their live comeback next month.

Queens Of The Stone Age have announced details of an ‘Evening of Communion and Fellowship’ at the LA Troubadour on March 7.

The show, which will be the group’s first opportunity to perform a number of tracks from their forthcoming album ‘Songs For The Deaf’, will see a guest appearance by Mark Lanegan.

A spokesperson for the group told NME.COM that Grohl, who has also contributed drums to many of the new songs, is heavily tipped to make an appearance.

‘Songs For The Deaf’, the follow-up to their NME Album Of The Year ‘Rated R’, is due for release in July.

In related news, Queens Of The Stone Age members Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri have formed a new group with Amen vocalist Casey Chaos. Named Head Band, the group will work on new material in the coming months.