Queens Of The Stone Age rocker Josh Homme is reviving his record label to re-release the band's debut album.
The guitarist founded Rekords Rekords to release The Desert Sessions following the 1994 downfall of Man's Ruin Records, the label that initially released the recordings.
And the debut release from the revived label will be Queens of the Stone Age's (QOTSA) 1998 self-titled debut, reports Music-News.com.
Meanwhile, Homme is also planning to re-release side projects from his bandmates, including fellow QOTSA guitarist Alain Johannes and bassist Michael Shuman.
Among those releases are Johannes' 2010 solo debut, Spark, a musical tribute to his late wife, QOTSA keyboardist Natasha Shneider, who died of cancer in 2008, and the second album by Mini Mansions, which features Shuman on bass.
Homme has previously released material from bands Eagles of Death Metal, Fatso Jetson, Likehell and Mondo Generator on the label.