Glastonbury, the British music festival that featured everyone from U2 and Beyonce to Wu-Tang Clan and B.B. King, took place over this past weekend. Queens of the Stone Age were on hand as well and we have pro-shot footage of them blazing through the song 'No One Knows'.

Like many veteran rock acts of late, Queens of the Stone Age took their own trip through nostalgia this year. The band re-released their self-titled debut album in May and toured playing all of it's songs each night. They are currently in the middle of recording the follow up to 2007's 'Era Vulgaris' and have a handful of shows booked for the summer in both the states and overseas. Their touring schedule will conclude in September when they play both nights of the PJ20 festival alongside Pearl Jam, The Strokes, and Mudhoney.

Late last year QOTSA frontman Josh Homme had a near death experience when complications arose during a leg operation. In interviews since he seems much more determined and focused on his music with Queens of the Stone Age. I saw the band play Cleveland in March, and Homme's renewed excitement about Queens was infectious. It was one of the best shows I've ever been to, easily in my top 5 if not the best. Queens of the Stone Age are clearly a band that is at the top of their game; as you can tell from last night's (6/26) performance of their ironically titled best known track 'No One Knows'.