Huge 90s band back together as they return to the UK for huge tour – with two special guests | The Sun

A HUGE 90s band have reunited for a world tour after selling more than 3 million albums around the world.

The Grammy-nominated band shot to fame thanks to thanks includingNo One Knows, from the 2002 album Songs for the Deaf.

Rock titans, Queens of the Stone Age (QOTSA) are back together and heading to the UK next month.

The band consists of five members, Josh Homme, 50, Troy Van Leeuwen, 53, Michael Shuman, 38, Dean Fertita, 53, and Jon Theodore, 49.

Fans have taken to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their excitement for the reunion. One wrote: "Tickets for QOTSA just arrived!"

Another fan added: "I've seen them live back in 2017 with my dad, and we watched their glasto set, definitely have to see them again, my dad loves them sm".

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The band experienced several members joining and departing for various reasons.

Former Bassist Nick Olveri was fired from QOTSA by bandleader Josh Homme in 2004.

The band was established by Josh, who has remained the sole consistent member despite several alterations in the lineup.

On this upcoming tour, QOTSA will be supported in the UK by two other acts – The Chats and Deep Tan.

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The British run of gigs will begin in Manchester, where they will play the AO Arena on 14 November before moving to London's O2 the following night.

Other venues include the International Centre in Bournemouth, Birmingham's Resorts World Arena, and the Hydro in Glasgow.

The final UK date on 20 November at the Globe Theatres in Stockton-on-Tees has already sold out.

One date in Dublin, Ireland, will follow before the band return to the US for a gig in Arizona at the start of December.

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