The embattled ex-QOTSA bassist Nick Oliveri has managed to walk away from a severe car crash with only minor injuries. As you can see in the below photo taken from the prang, things could have been pretty serious, but an update from his current band Mondo Generator assures us “it’s nothing he won’t recover from.”
It’s been around 8 years since Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri last collaborated together on Queens of the Stone Age’s 2004 record Songs for the Deaf.
Nick Oliveri, the former bass player of Queens Of The Stoneage, frontman of Mondo Generater and founding member of Kyuss, has been arrested in Hollywood.
On a damp and squishy Sydney Friday night (what’s with all the rain lately?), all wet roads led to the mighty Annandale Hotel for regular Aussie tourist Nick Oliveri, fronting the latest incarnation of his no-frills pure rock n’ roll dynamo Mondo Generator. Australia is the first stop on their world tour to promote new
What do Nick Oliveri (Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age), Dave Grohl (Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Them Crooked Vultures), Happy Tom (Turbonegro) and The Fresh Prince Of Darkness (The Dwarves) all have in common?
Now first off if you don’t like stoner-rock piss off and go fuck a porcupine. Wait, wait, sorry I didn’t mean to offend you, but in all honesty if you can’t appreciate the balls of, low-end glory of Mondo Generator you might want to look into therapy. One of Nick Oliveri’s (formerly Queens Of The