War, What Is It Good for For? These Four Things, Actually
This observation rests on one of the major findings of archaeologists and anthropologists over the last century: that Stone Age societies were typically tiny. Chiefly because of the challenges of finding food, people lived in bands of a few dozen ...
“Paleofantasy”: Stone Age delusions
Tribal people, too, have had tens of thousands of years to evolve. And unlike paleolithic hunter-gatherers, they live on the margins of developed societies and are almost always affected by them in some way. Furthermore, the fossil record of the Stone Age ...
THE SPIN INTERVIEW: Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme
I look at my career as a body of work, not just Queens of the Stone Age records. I'm in Eagles of Death Metal, I'm in Them Crooked Vultures, I make records with other people. Six years ... working with an indie? The major-label system got really scared ...
The existence of Orkney’s famous Stone Age Village is in danger
RISING sea levels are threatening the existence of Orkney’s famous Stone Age Village of Skara Brae ... The wall has been undermined by waves over the years and is need of major repairs , and archaeologists now fear that rising sea levels may prove ...
Temples, CHVRCHES, Cage The Elephant, Capital Cities, Lorde, Foster the People, Queens Of The Stone Age, & Muse Rock Day 2 Of Coachella
Sandstorms, possible zombie attacks (imagine if one person got infected in that crowd of people ... of Age.” Their stage was covered with jutting crystals. They were joined by a new guitar player, perhaps a touring one, but he had some major skill.