Renowned for getting his dick out live on stage, Oliveri is busting at the zipper to return to Aus.
The controversial muso is about to tour down under.
All other supergroups should probably just pack up and go home because Teenage Time Killers, a new mega-band featuring JUST ABOUT EVERY PUNK, ROCK AND METAL ICON EVER, have just announced plans to release their debut LP, ironically titled Greatest Hits Vol. 1. The album will feature performances from, among many others, Foo Fighters frontman
Best. Halloween. Ever.
In some scary-good news, former Queens Of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri will rejoin the band for their upcoming Halloween show at Los Angeles’ Forum on 31st October. Oliveri, who was fired from QOTSA by frontman Josh Homme in 2004, told NME that Homme invited him back for the Halloween set. “Josh asked me
For the first time in over a decade, former Queens of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri has joined Josh Homme and the rest of the band onstage during a gig in Portland, when he was invited onstage to sing You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar But I Fell Like a Millionaire, a full
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.”
Supergroup fever seems to be running rampant in the rock ‘n’ roll world, but hey, we’re not complaining. The latest fusion of great bands is yet-to-be-named but features some of the biggest figures this side of heavy music. According to Anti-Quiet, this particular supergroup will consist of Exodus guitarist Gary Holt, Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo,
Kyuss Lives! will be playing their final handful of shows while in Australia for Soundwave 2013. At least that’s the word from Pitchfork, who report that after the music festival the band will have a change of name and personnel. After soundwave Kyuss Lives! will become Vista Chino, and consist of John Garcia, Brant Bjork,
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
Ex-Queen of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri has been in a bit of hot water lately following a stand-off with a SWAT team this time last year. The troubled musician was facing a hard time, though TMZ has reported that Oliveri has accepted a plea deal, swapping jail time with community service, good behaviour
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.
Ex Queens of the Stone Age bass player Nick Oliveri is facing jail time after he was charged with four felonies following a standoff with a S.W.A.T. team last month.
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.
Nick Oliveri is currently on tour with Kyuss lives and in a recent interview with ugo.com he spoke about his relationship with his former band mate Josh homme.
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
Last October Nick Oliveri kicked off a solo world tour in support of his album ‘Death Acoustic’ right here in Australia. Ever since he has been on the road taking it to all parts of Europe and the USA.
You may know him as the long haired bass player on the early Kyuss albums or as the mysterious Rex Everything in The Dwarves.