Label: Matador Records
First of all, I have to direct two things concerning this review: 1) It’s late, why? Because this review has been daunting me ever since the album was released… because there is so much to say about it. You really could write an essay on it. I’ve started a review on this album twice before and ended up deleting them out of frustration. 2) I usually have a set layout for my reviews, but this one will be different. I won’t be giving a brief history on Queens Of The Stone Age, Josh Homme and everything else related to this release because, let’s be honest, you’ve probably at least got a good grasp on it already.
So shall we just get into it? Yeah? Yeah. Continue reading