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Queens of the Stone Age's older albums give opinions on "Villains" in funny video

Credit: Andreas Neumann Queens of the Stone Age has always been known for their sense of humor, and that streak continues with a video sketch in which the band's older albums "review" the upcoming new LP, Villains.

In the clip, a focus group tester asks the previous six albums in the Queens discography what they think of Villains. The camera then cuts to the vinyl records sitting in a chair, as frontman Josh Homme voices their responses off-screen.

Along with the skit, QotSA has also shared a preview of the Villains song "Villains of Circumstance," which you can listen to now via

Villains, which features the lead single "The Way You Used to Do," arrives this Friday, August 25. Queens will launch a North American tour in support of the album September 6 in Port Chester, New York.

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