The film tells the story of the collaboration between the two American rock mavericks resulting in the acclaimed 'Post Pop Depression' album.
Queens Of The Stone Age unveiled their fourth album Lullabies To Paralyse on 21 March 2005, and soon had their first US top ten record.
Giving modern rock a much-needed edge, the best Queens Of The Stone Age songs have seen Josh Homme and co redefine the notion of “rock music”.
'Rated R' 'Songs For The Deaf', 'Lullabies To Paralyze' and 'Era Vulgaris' will all be returning on heavyweight, 180g vinyl.
The film features new interviews with all of the band, and with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Billy Bob Thornton, Steve Miller and others.
The new track is taken from the star's new album, 'Free', set for release on 6 September.
The sparse new track is taken from the star’s upcoming solo album Free, which is due out on 6 September via Loma Vista.
The book will be published on 26 September through Viking Books in full-colour hardback.
The new record includes versions of songs originally recorded by Steve Miller Band, AC/DC, Ramones, Guns N'Roses, David Bowie and others.
The film is reportedly being made through Berg and Pitt’s joint Film 45 production company.
Organized by Cornell’s wife, Vicky, 'I Am the Highway' featured 42 distinct performances and a multitude of surprises guests.
“His music and the mark he’s left on the world. We look forward to sharing this night with all the fans.”
The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman and Australian blues guitarist’s version of ‘Silent Night’ is to raise money for two separate foundations.
Chilean-born Johannes has also played with PJ Harvey, Arctic Monkeys, Eagles of Death Metal and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Mo'Wax has released influential titles by DJ Shadow and Lavelle's own much-acclaimed UNKLE project.