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Former Queens of the Stone Age Bassist Reunites With Band on New Album

Nick Oliveri has recorded vocals on a new QOTSA track

Nick Oliveri of Mondo Generator

Nick Oliveri of Mondo Generator

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Dave Grohl and Trent Reznor are already lending a hand to the forthcoming Queens of the Stone Age album. Now, original bassist Nick Oliveri has reunited with the band to work on the record, too. "[Nick] has recently recorded his vocals on a new Queens of the Stone Age song," reads a Facebook post by Oliveri's band Mondo Generator, which also mentions that Oliveri has rejoined Kyuss.

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Oliveri attended high school with QOTSA singer Josh Homme; the two played with Kyuss and later formed QOTSA. Oliveri was heatedly dismissed from the latter in 2004 and was arrested for a felony domestic violence incident after a stand-off with a Los Angeles S.W.A.T. team last year.

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