Them Crooked Vultures, the three-headed monster of a supergroup featuring Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, Queen (of the Stone Age) Josh Homme (above), and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones, kicked off their debut U.S. tour Thursday night in Austin, TX, where the band is also scheduled to play this weekend's Austin City Limits festival. SPIN's Nick Courtright reported on their show, held at the 2,100-capacity Stubb's venue.
"Supergroups are, almost by definition, powered by unattainable expectations," he wrote. "So when one actually lives up to the hype, it's time to pay serious attention."
Read SPIN's complete review of the show here. And click through the gallery to see more photos.
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