Queens Of The Stone Age released their excellent seventh studio album, Villains, back in August. Produced by Mark Ronson, the album wields together the band's chiseled, Zeppelin-inspired desert riffs with Ronson's vacuum-seal tight production for one of their most tuneful, dance-friendly records. The band lands at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night, and Matador Records is celebrating by hiding some free tickets to the show around the city.

The Q train has been rechristened in honor of the Queens, with three sets of tickets to Tuesday night's show located at three subway stations on the line around Manhattan: 57th Street/7th Avenue, 14th Street-Union Square, and Canal Street/Broadway. You can tell exactly which stations/entrances to use based on which Q's have been replaced by the Queens' logo (see photos above).

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Fans are advised to search the poles near the tracks—and you better move fast! The tickets were all still there as of 11:30 a.m., but no one knows how quickly they might go. As the band might say, feet don't fail me now: