The eagerly awaited 'Songs For The Deaf' is released in July...

Queens Of The Stone Age will release their new album ‘SONGS FOR THE DEAF’ in July, NME.COM has learned.

The record, which has been produced by Eric Valentine and recorded in his Hollywood studio throughout the end of 2001, is likely to be accompanied by live shows, according to a spokesperson for the band.

‘Songs For The Deaf’, the follow-up to NME Album Of The Year ‘Rated R’, will feature Dave Grohl and Mark Lanegan as guest musicians.