Interactive music meeting: Find out our staff's thoughts on the new QOTSA song and share your own!

Queens of the Stone Age - My God Is The Sun (Matador Records)

We're giving you a chance to find out what our staff has to say about some of the new music we've added to our mix here at The Current. Check out their thoughts on the new Queens of the Stone Age track "My God Is The Sun" and then share your own in the comments section. Just hit "View more photos" below to see everyone's rating of the song and read their reasoning.

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  • Barb Abney, Host:
    Barb Abney, Host: "I love this band and they've always been one of my 'go-to's' for rockin'! The intro and outro certainly deliver the rawk, but there are some sleepy moments and cloudy vocals that keep this tune from hitting a 10 in my book. (MPR / Nate Ryan)
  • Jon Schober, Music Assistant/Local Music Assistant:
    Jon Schober, Music Assistant/Local Music Assistant: "I wasn't ever a huge fan of Queens Of The Stone Age, but the new song should definitely reinvigorate fans and garner some new ones. It's been six years and they still do what they do best: heavy rock and solid riffs that can even keep the casual bystander listening. I also gotta give a positive nod to the album artwork." (MPR / Nate Ryan)
  • Jacquie Fuller, Host:
    Jacquie Fuller, Host: "Josh Homme could sing a microwave manual and make it sound sexy, so I forgive the lame lyrics in what's otherwise a desert-hot scorcher of a song." (MPR / Nate Ryan)
  • Bill DeVille, Host:
    Bill DeVille, Host: "This track by Queens of the Stone Age is just a bit too heavy for my tastes, but they certainly aren't the enemy!" (MPR / Nate Ryan)
  • Mac Wilson, Host:
    Mac Wilson, Host: "This is the aural equivalent of tubing on the Apple River, for better or worse." (MPR / Nate Ryan)
  • What do you think of the new Queens of the Stone age song? Let us know what you'd rate it and why!
    What do you think of the new Queens of the Stone age song? Let us know what you'd rate it and why! (Photo by Nora Lezano / Courtesy of Matador Records / MPR Graphic)
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