Josh Homme

Everything we know about Lady Gaga's next album

No, LG5 is not an element on the periodic table; it’s what fans and, at times, Lady Gaga herself, have called the pop superstar’s upcoming fifth studio album, which has been shrouded in secrecy for well over a year. But in September, she revealed the collection’s name, Joanne, and release date, Oct. 21.

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David Bowie helped inspire Iggy Pop's new album

Iggy Pop’s new release Post Pop Depression (out today) contains a little bit of history — literally. Before Pop went into the studio with the album’s producer, Josh Homme, the “Lust for Life” singer sent the Queens of the Stone Age founder some inspiration in the form of notes which, among other things, recalled the period in the mid-’70s he spent recording in Berlin with the late David Bowie. 

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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme announce collaborative album

Prepare for some strange and heavy rock music: Iggy Pop and Josh Homme will release a collaborative album in March, according to a report from The New York Times. Pop and Homme recorded Post Pop Depression in secrecy but that’s about to change — the two rockers and their band will make their debut on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Thursday night.

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Eagles of Death Metal thank artists for supporting Play It Forward campaign

In the wake of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks, Eagles of Death Metal, the group playing at Le Bataclan during the siege, started the Play it Forward Campaign and encouraged fellow musicians to cover “I Love You All The Time” off their Zipper Down album. For every cover sold, the group will donate the proceeds to The Sweet Stuff Organization started by EODM cofounder Joshua Homme, which provides assistant to musicians and their families in times of need.

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Eagles of Death Metal co-founder Josh Homme will support victims of Paris attacks through his charity

Josh Homme of Eagles of Death Metal — the band playing at Le Bataclan in Paris when Nov. 13’s terrorist attacks occurred — is seeking donations through his Sweet Stuff Foundation to benefit victims. While Homme was not performing with the band at the time of the attacks, his charity will give all donations made through the end of the year to families of survivors.

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