Josh Homme and Eagles of Death Metal Played to Alex Turner and Iggy Pop at London’s KOKO

Needless to say people were freaking out.

Paul Tamburroby Paul Tamburro

Josh Homme rarely joins Eagles of Death Metal, the Queens of the Stone Age frontman’s side-project alongside frontman Jesse Hughes, for their live performances, but he returned to his drumming kit alongside his sometime bandmates for a performance at London’s KOKO for a crowd containing, but not limited to, Alex Turner, Iggy Pop, Miles Kane and Guns ‘n’ Roses bassist Duff McKagen.  

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Needless to say, some fans were a little starstruck after finding themselves surrounded by some of the music world’s most famous faces (and Miles Kane).

Watch their KOKO performance below:

Jesse Hughes is the subject of an upcoming VICE documentary titled The Redemption of the Devil, which follows the frontman in his 40th year, when he finally completes the recording of his band’s next album and bids to become ordained as a Catholic minister (yeah, you read that right) along with engaging in a bitter custody war over his child.

Watch the trailer for the documentary below:

The Redemption of the Devil is set to premiere at the Everyman Music Film Festival in London on July 1st. For more information click right here.

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