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Them Crooked Vultures Rock in the Studio in New Web Clip

August 19, 2009 5:16 PM ET

As we type, Them Crooked Vultures are likely already taking the stage at the Melkweg club in Amsterdam for their second-ever concert. For those who couldn't make it out to Holland — or to the supergroup's first concert in Chicago following Lollapalooza — Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones have given fans a sampling of some seriously ear-blasting hard rock by posting a brief 30-second video montage of studio footage paced to the riffage of "Nobody Loves Me and Neither Do I."

For more on the supergroup's epic first concert, checking out the Smoking Section.

As Rock Daily reported last week, when the Vultures debuted their new YouTube page, they posted a 15-second clip of "Nobody Loves Me," so maybe this time next week we can expect a 45-second clip of the band. (Some vocals would be nice, too.)

Check out more supergroups from Cream to Audioslave.

If you passed the band your e-mail address at Them Crooked Vultures official site, odds are you received the first volume of their newsletter The Crooked Times. Other than a link to the new video, the band's online clothing stores and a gallery of scenic Amsterdam photos, the newsletter doesn't offer much info regarding future tour dates or a possible album release, but we'd recommend keeping an eye on the Google Earth feature over on the Vultures' official Website to see where the band may perform next.

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