Them Crooked Vultures is an American-English stone supergroup. It was framed in Los Angeles in 2009. Josh Homme (of Queens of the Stone Age and Kyuss) on lead vocals and guitar, John Paul Jones (of Led Zeppelin) on bass and consoles. It also has Dave Grohl (of Foo Fighters and Nirvana) on drums and support vocals. The gathering likewise incorporates guitarist Alain Johannes during live exhibitions.
The band started recording in February 2009, Played out its first gig in Chicago on August 9, 2009, trailed by a European presentation on August 19. On October 1, the gathering set out on the overall Deserves the Future Tour with dates going into 2010. The gathering won the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance for "New Fang".
Grohl performing with Them Crooked Vultures in August 2009
A coordinated effort between Josh Homme, John Paul Jones, as well as Dave Grohl was first openly referenced by Grohl. In a 2019 post on his Facebook page, he had discussions with Grohl Jimmy, in conclusion, Page recommended that he could have been essential for the band. Of the beginning venture, Homme's significant other Brody Dalle remarked in July 2009 that "I'm not at freedom to discuss it yet I think [the project] is really astounding. " After finding that the name Caligula was at that point taken, the individuals self-assertively picked "Them Crooked Vultures" as a name with no essentialness.
English music magazine NME detailed in July 2009 that the trio had started recording in Los Angeles. The band played out its first show at the Metro, Chicago on August 9, 2009, at midnight. They played all unique material during its 80-minute set. Appearing such melodies as opener "Elephants", "Slime ball Blues", "Caligula" and shutting tune "Nobody Loves Me and Neither Do I". The band made its European introduction on August 19 with an exhibition at Melkweg in the Netherlands. The exact day on which a short video clasp of studio film was transferred by the band. Highlighting the tune "Nobody Loves Me and Neither Do I".
With ensuing celebration exhibitions in Europe at Pukkelpop and Lowlands. The band originally acted in the United Kingdom at London's Brixton Academy on August 26. It supported the English elective musical crew Arctic Monkeys.
Grohl said in a meeting that they are chipping away at a second collection. That will be "more remarkable than the main one". John Paul Jones additionally expressed in a meeting. While at the same time visiting in New Zealand. That they will record another collection. When gotten some information about the fates of Grohl and Homme's groups Jones said that they will get their frontmen back "eventually". A video was transferred to the band's legitimate YouTube channel named 'New Pots' which NME asserted was shot during recording for their follow-up album. Grohl explained after the video's delivery that it was recorded a year earlier, during oneself named collection's account sessions.
On November 12, 2010, in a meeting with BBC 6 Music, John Paul Jones has affirmed that the band is prepared to continue taking a shot at assembling new material for a new delivery, and will go into the studio very soon. Jones has additionally expressed that they are probably a year or so away from finishing the CD, indicating a potential late 2011 delivery.