Queens of the Stone Age continue to add to the impressive guest list for their forthcoming album, with Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears being the latest to reveal his involvement in recording sessions.

Shears' addition follows the recent revelations that former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri and Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor had both been helping out on the upcoming release. In addition, Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl returned to his spot behind the drumkit with Queens of the Stone Age for the first time since the band's 2002 album, 'Songs for the Deaf.'

Though it may seem like an odd pairing, Shears has a long-running friendship with Queens of the Stone Age leader Josh Homme. Earlier this year, Homme served as perhaps the most awkward pitchman ever during a humorous infomercial filmed for the Scissor Sisters' 'Magic Hour' album. The offbeat clip also worked in images from '70s TV staple 'Solid Gold' and other dance show knockoffs.

The Scissor Sisters vocalist revealed his participation in a series of tweets, which can be seen below:




Shears has also had some fun with Grohl over the years. The returning Queens drummer filmed a fake news piece in which he was threatening legal action against the tight-pantsed vocalist, claiming that he had been traumatized by seeing Shears' bare testicles up close during a wardrobe malfunction.

At present, Queens of the Stone Age are still working on their upcoming studio album with a spring street date expected.