August 10, 2009 — Nick Oliveri, the musician best known for his former role as the bassist in QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE and KYUSS, is set to release his first solo album under his own name.
August 6, 2009 — Los Angeles’ IT’S CASUAL is Amobea Music’s “Homegrown Artist of the Month” for August. The heavy noisemakers, who will also be featured in the LA Weekly this month, recently released the album, The New Los Angeles.
March 4, 2008 — TURBONEGO have announced the resignation of longtime drummer, Chris Summers. Here’s an official statement from the band: “It is with our deepest regrets to inform you that after his 6 month hiatus due to a damaged foot, personal priorities and a focus on other projects, we have been forced to ask drummer Chris Summers to resign from TURBONEGO.
October 7, 2007 — Norway’s least classiest band, TURBONEGRO, are now three albums strong since their much ballyhooed reunion in 2003. Their latest, Retox, certainly isn’t a return to their filthy deathpunk past, but it’s timeless much like their feel-good-but-feel-naughty rock ’n roll they’ve perfected of late.
August 21, 2007 — MONDO GENERATOR may have been a fun little side project in the past but vocalist/bassist Nick Oliveri (ex-QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, KYUSS) has decided to kick it up a few notches and make the band his full-time focus and it shows for damn sure.
August 1, 2007 — MONDO GENERATOR has been forced to drop off this year’s Ozzfest due to matters beyond the band’s control. A statement from band frontman Nick Oliveri reads as follows:
July 25, 2007 — TURBONEGRO will be returning to North America for a fall tour in support of their new album Retox, which drops in North America on August 14th through Cooking Vinyl.
July 18, 2007 — MONDO GENERATOR have uploaded the video for “Lie Detector,” from their recently released new album Dead Planet, online at the following location: www.one.revver.com/watch/327137 MONDO GENERATOR recently returned from their European tour where front man Nick Oliveri checked in from the road with the following update:
March 22, 2007 — LAMB OF GOD, HATEBREED, and LORDI are among the first acts announced to join Ozzy Osbourne on this summer’s “free” Ozzfest.Â LAMB OF GOD and Finland’s LORDI will take on the mainstage while HATEBREED will be the second stage’s lone headlining act.