Known for soundtracking our favourite summer festivals, counting down to our New Year’s kisses and filling outdoor venues like Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl – how would the boys fare in the Forum, one of Melbourne’s most intimate and iconic venues!?
Good. They did good.
The first time I saw Queens of the Stone Age was in 2014 on their co-headline tour with Nine Inch Nails and I genuinely couldn’t believe how tight they were as a live act. Given the chance to witness their live show again, I couldn’t have been more stoked and they truly did not disappoint.
The times may be a-changing but one thing remains true; Bob Dylan is as relevant now as he was 60 years ago when he burst into the Dinkytown folk music circuit forging a name for himself as the musical genius and the voice of a generation.
This is an extraordinary piece of work, and well deserves five stars.