Queens of the Stone Age have always cited the UK as their second home. Since day one we've been a country to embrace them with open arms and so it's no surprise that the Queens have drawn a massive crowd today.

With a mix of both old and new, Queens of the Stone Age should carry a health warning as frontman Josh Homme whips the crowd into a frenzy. His banter between sons may seem slightly off the wall at times, but it's all part of the stage show they've become known for.

From start to finish, every riff is held in place with intricate bass parts and rich vocals that fit together in a way that only the Queens can manage to do.

No other bands are quite the same as Queens of the Stone Age, and it's unlikely that any will be able to challenge their status in the near future. They provide an eclectic mix of prog rock, indie and metal that somehow fits together to create the legend that is QOTSA.

Their set in one word? Unmissable.