Former QOTSA bassist Nick Oliveri proclaims two compilations and shares ‘Chains And Shackles’ that includes Slash

Nick Oliveri, the previous bassist of Queens Of The Stone Age, has introduced two new compilations and shared the monitor ‘Chains And Shackles’ that includes Slash.

The 2 compilations function tracks that span Oliveri’s profession. Titled ‘N.O. Hits At All Vols.8’ and ‘N.O. Hits At All Vols.9’, each albums are set for launch on January 19 through Heavy Psych Sounds. Pre-order the albums right here.

The musician shared ‘N.O. Hits At All Vols.8’s opening tune ‘Chains and Shackles’ which marks the primary official launch of a 2010 collaborative monitor with Slash.

The tune was an outtake from the enduring guitarist’s 2010 self-titled LP and can obtain an official launch through Olivier’s compilation album. ‘Chains and Shackles’ was produced by Eric Valentine, who beforehand produced Queens Of The Stone Age’s 2002 album ‘Songs For The Deaf‘.

Each of Oliveri’s upcoming compilations comprise unreleased materials that spans throughout varied bands and solo initiatives the musician has been concerned with through the years. A few of these bands and initiatives embrace Mondo Generator, his Dying Acoustic undertaking, Useless Finish America and others.

‘N.O. Hits at All Vol. 8’ monitor listing is :

1. ‘Chains And Shackles’ (Slash w/ Nick Oliveri)’
2. ‘Fact Is Stranger Than Fiction’ (Nick Oliveri’s Dying Acoustic)
3. ‘I’m Not Useless’ (He Who Can Not Be Named w/ Rex Every part)
4. ‘Again Off Boogaloo’ (Nick Oliveri and The Drug Retailer Cowboy)
5. ‘The Lords Are Right here To Experience’ (Dying Machine 3)
6. ‘She Needed To Go away’ (Nick Oliveri’s Dying Acoustic)
7. ‘Outlaw Scumfuc’ (Nick Oliveri’s Dying Acoustic)

‘N.O. Hits at All Vol. 9’ monitor listing is:
1. ‘Dying March’ (Temple of Deimos w/ Nick Oliveri)
2. ‘Blast Off’ (Nick Oliveri’s Uncontrollable)
3. ‘Twitter Troll’ (Fuck All Of You Useless Finish America)
4. ‘Up Towards The Void’ (Mondo Generator)
5. ‘Blow Up The Embassy’ (Nick Oliveri’s Dying Acoustic)
6. ‘Highway Warrior’ (Dying Machine 3)
7. ‘Conspiracy’ (Reality Or Concept) (Mondo Generator)
8. ‘Take into account Me’ (Nick Oliveri’s Dying Acoustic)
9. ‘Take Purpose’ (Nebula w/ Nick Oliveri)

In 2004, Oliveri was fired from Queens Of The Stone Age by the band’s frontman, Josh Homme, after the bassist was accused by Homme of disrespecting QOTSA’s followers along with his on-tour behaviour.

The bassist reunited with the band in 2013 when he offered backing vocals on ‘If I Had A Tail’, which seems on their sixth file ‘…Like Clockwork’. He then joined Queens Of The Stone Age on-stage for the primary time in 10 years in Portland, Oregon the next yr.

Final yr, Oliveri opened up about his relationship with Homme throughout an interview with Eonmusic.

“You already know, we’ve know one another for thus lengthy it’s simply bizarre to be at every others’ throats,” he defined. “You may’t drive anyone to play music with you. It ran its course simply enjoying music collectively.”

Oliveri went on to say that he and Homme have been “nonetheless associates”, including: “It’s simply that we don’t make music collectively proper now.”

He continued: “We did a lot in a five-year interval, in a concentrated interval, a lot work, that we type of burned out on one another. So, it’s what it’s, and he type of needed the band to go in a unique path anyway, so he’s taken it there, and that’s the place he desires it to go, and it’s nice for him.”

In different information, Queens Of The Stone Age have been introduced as headliners for HellFest 2024 alongside Foo FightersRoyal Blood and Megadeth. 


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