Queens of the Stone Age’s Cover of Bob Dylan’s ‘Outlaw Blues’ Streaming

by | Dec 11, 2011

Queens of the Stone Age’s cover of Bob Dylan’s “Outlaw Blues” can be streamed below.

The track comes off Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan, a tribute compilation to Amnesty International, a non-profit organization campaigning to end grave abuses of human rights. The entire album, featuring 75 tracks of various artists, can be streamed in its entirety on Facebook in exchange for a like, with pre-order details available on the page.

As previously reported, Queens of the Stone Age is currently in the studio working on its next album.

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