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Queens of the Stone Age

"I Appear Missing"

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May 20, 2013

QOTSA carved this three-minute chunk of stoner-paranoia rock from a six-minute track earmarked for their upcoming LP. "Missing" has the doomed, heady feel of a gas leak verging on explosion: Josh Homme's velvety moan personifies exquisite torture, and the chorus riffs comes on like an army of fire ants. Feel the burn.

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