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Brant and his band are heading down under.
Renowned for getting his dick out live on stage, Oliveri is busting at the zipper to return to Aus.
Self-proclaimed ‘fuzzmonsters’ Ozo, Dango and Enzo from Sweden’s Truckfighters will bring their desert rock to its rightful place in Australia in January. They will play city and regional tour dates on the East and South coast, including Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. The band have made a true name for themselves in the 13 years
Kyuss were forced to change their name to Kyuss Lives! and again to Vista Chino following a lawsuit filed by former members Josh Homme and Scott Reeder, but it hasn’t changed a thing. There was really no question if the recent legal hassles had slowed the band. Their new album, Peace, harks back to the
Does Kyuss sound as sweet by any other name? We’re about to find out, with Vista Chino, aka John Garcia, Nick Oliveri and Brant Bjork, joined by Bruno Fevery, dropping sideshow dates for Sydney and Melbourne while they’re in town to play the Big Day Out 2014. These Californian desert legends came back together in
The moment that all Kyuss fans have been waiting for is almost upon us, with the reincarnated version of the band – now performing and recording under the name Vista Chino – have locked in an August release date for their debut studio full-length offering Peace. Already from the record we’ve heard two tracks from
Vista Chino have now released the second track from their forthcoming album Peace. Titled Barcelonian, the track is a promising sign that something positive is to come from the ashes of Kyuss, as members John Garcia and Brant Bjork have stayed true to their sound while managing to distance themselves just enough from their previous
25 years ago, from the depths of the Californian desert, Brant Bjork and John Garcia formed a band that would become one of the most revered and influential bands of the 1900s. From their early days as Katzenjammer and Sons of Kyuss, the band would host generator parties – a flash mob by today’s standards,
After what could be described as a pretty shitty year, Kyuss Lives! have earmarked Soundwave Festival 2013 as the final performance of the band, well, forever. But it’s not all bad news for the loyal cult-like following, as main man John Garcia explained in a recent interview with Music Feeds. Garcia states that regardless of
Nick Oliveri, the former bassist of Queens of the Stone Age, has reunited with Josh Homme to lend his vocals to the upcoming QOTSA album. As reported by NME, the news came from Oliveri’s current band Mondo Generator’s Facebook page. The status update is doubly exciting for fans of QOSTA and Kyuss, with the post
Queens of the Stone Age came to life out of the ashes of the almighty Kyuss. Josh Homme created a sonic ensemble built around his crafty riffs and bass driven boom that would become the bands signature for the next decade. Their debut album has been given the reissue makeover complete with digital re-mastering and
Kyuss have sold out their entire Australian Tour… so it might be interesting for the lucky people who managed to grab tickets to know that North Coast band Fort will be supporting them along with legendary nineties Australian stoner rock band Tumbleweed. With five releases under their studded belt and a history of rocking venues
Speaking to Rock Sound, Kyuss vocalist John Garcia has said that the band, reunited as Kyuss Lives with original members Garcia, bassist Nick Olivieri and drummer Brant Bjork (guitarist Josh Homme‘s place being taken by Bruno Fevery), will be working on a new album following their upcoming run of shows. “Our rehearsals are going so
Following on from their announcement earlier this month that they’d be reforming to play shows, Kyuss have just announced Australian tour dates!!!! FUCK YEAH!!! Technically touring under the name Kyuss Lives, the band features original members John Garcia, Nick Oliveri and Brant Bjork, Josh Homme being either too busy or unwilling to join the motley
Kyuss band members singer John Garcia, bassist Nick Olivieri and drummer Brant Bjork have decided to put the band back together (sans Josh Homme), playing as Kyuss Lives. Having broken up in 1995, the band’s popularity has grown ever since, prompting a best of release back in 2000 called Muchas Gracias and numerous offers to