Over the last couple of weeks, the YouTube channel QOTSAarchive has added dozens of high-quality live footage from recent Queens of the Stone Age shows, as well as older rare footage, interviews, and more.

It appears that the next Queens of the Stone Age album will not see the light of day this year as many had hoped. If you're going crazy for a Queens fix, you may be able to curb your cravings with the countless hours of footage added to their YouTube channel over the course of the last month.

The channel QOTSAarchive features full concert footage from around 27 sets of live performances ranging from 1999 to 2011. In addition to full concerts, there are interviews, TV appearances, AOL sessions, and even frequent Queens' collaborators Mark Lanegan and Alain Johannes have concert footage available on the channel. There are also performances from Josh Homme side projects Them Crooked Vultures and Eagles of Death Metal available on the page.

Queens of the Stone Age are currently at work on their sixth studio album and recently announced that they have also recorded a new song for Amnesty International.