Queens Of The Stone Age are to release a double live DVD/CD featuring footage from their London summer shows at Brixton Academy and Koko.

The collection will be titled 'Over The Years And Through The Woods' and is released on November 21 through Interscope.

Directed by Chapman Baehler, the DVD features 20 live tracks plus bonus features from throughout the band's career, including songs with Dave Grohl, Mark Lanegan and former bassist Nick Oliveri from the 'Songs for the Deaf' era.

The release also features a 15 track bonus CD which, according to Josh Homme, "are alternate versions and different arrangements. It was a way to show wingspan, like how far out things can go." (Quote from Billboard in the USA)

The band didn't have the best of luck with live shows in London during the summer as twice they had to pull gigs, firstly due to Homme's ill health and the second was the Summerset House open air gig on July 7th which was canceled after the terrorist attacks on London Transport.