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Nick Oliveri (ex- QOTSA) to release collaborative album ‘N.O. Hits At All, Vol.3’ in October

Posted by on August 10, 2017

Nick Oliveri has announced his forthcoming collaborative album entitled N.O. Hits At All, Vol.3 will be released on October 20th via Heavy Psych Sounds. The former Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss and Dwarves member revealed the upcoming record will feature members from his previous bands as well as Melissa Auf Der Maur (Hole, Smashing […]

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Show review: Bloodclot bring back the spark of NYHC’s dangerous years

Posted by on July 17, 2017

Musicians and artists from the Lower East Side “before it was cool” will always hold a special place in my heart. You see, before the Lower East Side (LES) became the new “it” place in New York City where two bedroom condos now go for $2.5m (on the Bowery no less!) it was a gritty, […]

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Nick Oliveri owns 47% of the Queens of the Stone Age name

Posted by on October 12, 2015

Though Nick Oliveri joined Queens of the Stone Age on stage back in 2014, a full scale reunion with the band doesn’t seem likely. In a recent interview with Hot Press, Oliveri discussed a technical detail that might be impeding the holding up the whole situation. Said Oliveri: “I figured out the reason why there probably won’t be […]

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Dave Grohl has a BL’AST! with Nick Oliveri and friends on new EP; band signs to Rise

Posted by on August 7, 2015

Santa Cruz hardcore band BL’AST! had their heyday in the late ’80s, releasing several albums on SST Records. And like many a late ’80s band, they broke up in the early ’90s. After reuniting to play some shows in 2001, the band lay dormant until 2013, when Dave Grohl, a fan of the band, re-mastered […]

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QOTSA, Saint Vitus members form Royale Daemons

Posted by on January 12, 2015

In the ’70s, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were known as the “Toxic Twins” for their excessive drug and alcohol use. They’ve since cleaned up and made music that wasn’t as amazing (puns!) as their early material, but now there might be a new duo to replace them. We’re talking about Scott “Wino” Weinrich […]

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Foo Fighters joined by David Lee Roth, Zakk Wylde & more at Los Angeles show

Posted by on January 11, 2015

This past Wednesday (7), Foo Fighters announced a special one-off show for Dave Grohl’s 46th birthday at the Forum in Los Angeles. And while those purchasing tickets for the in the round performance last night (10) were told there were no openers, the band delivered over four hours of music with a star-filled  arsenal of […]

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All star metal band Teenage Time Killer sign with Rise Records

Posted by on December 17, 2014

Teenage Time Killer has been in the works for some time now, but the all-star project featuring Corrosion of Conformity’s Mike Dean and Reed Mullin alongside a wide-ranging cast of contributors now has a label – Rise Records. The instrumental portions of the album were recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606, so it’s a given […]

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What’s on John Garcia’s ‘Mind?’

Posted by on July 15, 2014

Former Kyuss and current (?) Vista Chino vocalist John Garcia says that he’s been planning on releasing a solo album since he turned 18. It’s only coming to fruition now, and John Garcia will be released on Napalm on August 4th in the United States. “My Mind,” which leads off the album, features former Garcia’s former […]

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Josh Homme talks new Queens of the Stone Age music, Them Crooked Vultures

Posted by on July 10, 2014

When Queens of the Stone Age broke their six year silence last year with the excellent …Like Clockwork, nobody was expecting a follow up any time soon. While that might not be happening right away, in an interview with Craveonline, not only did singer/guitarist Josh Homme name-check Vader, but he also admitted that there are already […]

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BL’AST get past QOTSA rhythm section for tour

Posted by on May 7, 2014

If you’re a newfound fan of the ’80s Santa Cruz hardcore band BL’AST, that might be because of their reformation. Last year, Dave Grohl remixed and remastered their 1987 album It’s In My Blood, which was released on Southern Lord as Blood. And if the Grohl connection isn’t enough to stoke your interest in the band, they’re planning […]

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