John Garcia talks exclusively to Rock Sound about the band's future plans!
Kyuss vocalist John Garcia has exclusively revealed to Rock Sound that March’s Kyuss Lives! shows, which reunite original members bassist Nick Oliveri and drummer Brant Bjork and feature guitarist Bruno Fevery, will not be a one-off affair.
“Our rehearsals are going so well that we’re thinking of doing another record,” said the singer. “This is brand new information that has been leaked to Rock Sound first; Brant, Nick and myself have collectively agreed that once everything is done live and we’re done with our solo projects, we’re going to do another record.”
Kyuss, whose five studio releases include ‘Welcome To Sky Valley’ first shot to the fore with pivotal release ‘Blues for The Red Sun’ in ’92. They disbanded in ’95, but this timely reunion does not include founding member Josh Homme.
“I have nothing bad to say about Josh – he’s extremely intelligent, very smart, a great guitar player, great song writer, a great vocalist – he is a bad ass, there is no question and I love him dearly but he is busy with his own thing,” the singer told Rock Sound. “He has Them Crooked Vultures, Queens Of The Stone Age, he’s a father, a businessman and even if we asked him to do it, I don’t think he’d say yes, so I don’t want to set myself up for a big fat no which is 99.9 percent what he would say.”
You can catch Kyuss Lives! in March and April at the following venues:
31 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
01 - WOLVERHAMPTON Wulfrun Hall
02 - LONDON The Forum
03 - LONDON The Forum
04 - GLASGOW O2 ABC
05 - MANCHESTER Academy
06 - BRISTOL O2 Academy