God Save the Queens
Queens of the Stone Age have been at the heart of the alternative scene since the late 90’s and constantly change their sound and style in order to maintain a strong sense of innovation and individuality. They are distinctive and different; melodic and mesmerising; talented and tuneful. Their famous firing of volatile bassist Nick Oliveri made headlines across the board; but it did not harm their reputation one iota as it actually transpired that he instigated all of the spats and arguments within the camp so it was a blessing in disguise; although the guy is undoubtedly gifted. They have gone on to enjoy huge commercial success whilst retaining their integrity and have recruited one of the most iconic and well-loved drummers of our generation to take over battery duties in the past. Dave Grohl is a hero amongst men when it comes to giving those skins a good old hammering as he was integral to the entire ethos and spirit of the grunge scene as he put a specific slant on how this genre should sound; and is lauded as a true great amongst his peers.
So it is no wonder that Josh Homme and his fellow bandmates recruited this legendary percussionist to perform on their critically-acclaimed album ‘Songs for the Deaf’. It is arguably their masterpiece; a complete body of work culminating in the classic track ‘No One Knows’. Along with ‘Go with the Flow’, ‘Feel Good Hit of the Summer’ and ‘Little Sister’; it is such a catchy and memorable tune. This is what sets them apart from other, more generic and run of the mill can i buy ambien buy alprazolam diazepam buy 2 mg online over the counter rock acts as they always aim to be that little bit diverse. Their latest release; ‘Like Clockwork’; is bound to be yet another smash hit as even the harshest of reviewers have been completely blown away by the level of musical aptitude on display.
These cool Californian cats are making their way over to our shores this week and are storming the Phones 4u Arena (formerly the MEN) on Wednesday 20th November. It is indeed a rare and unmissable event; as they tend to stick to festivals normally so to see the Queens of the Stone Age headline their very own gig is an opportunity which you simply cannot pass up. At The Mitre Hotel, we are expecting a huge rush of guests in the run up to Christmas as there are so many exciting things happening in the coming months. Hotels in Manchester City Centre will be packed to the rafters this winter as it is one of the most popular regions to visit due to its bustling atmosphere and allure of the Trafford Centre. And we are extremely proud to announce that we are one of the most welcoming and friendly hotels in Manchester City Centre as we pride ourselves on making you feel as comfortable as possible. You can also sample some seasonal culinary delights in the gorgeous Gastro; which stands head and shoulders above other Manchester City Centre restaurants. For a fine dining experience with a difference just contact The Mitre Hotel today on 0161 834 4128 or visit us online and take a look at our brand spanking new Christmas menu.