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Nick Stephen Oliveri (born October 21, 1971 in Los Angeles) is an American musician from Palm Desert, California. He plays bass guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and is a vocalist.
Oliveri is most famous for being a member of legendary Southern California stoner rock band Kyuss and a member of Queens of the Stone Age from 1998-2004. In punk rock circles, he is best-known for being "Rex Everything" in Dwarves.
Since 1997 he has fronted Mondo Generator, currently being billed as Nick Oliveri and the Mondo Generator. Oliveri is also a solo artist and frequent contributor to his friends' albums and tours, including Winnebago Deal, Mark Lanegan Band and Masters of Reality. In the past, he has been involved with t...
The Chuck Norris Experiment is a rock band from Gothenburg, Sweden.
The band's debut album was released about 6 months after the first gathering by the Italian label Scarey Records and Finnish label Bad Attitude Records. A few months later it was released in the United States by the label Devil Doll Records. This was followed up by a successful tour over Europe at the end of 2005.
The album "Volume! Voltage!" was released in Australia by Off The Hip Records in the fall of 2006. This album was a special Australian release of the debut album mixed with the second album "...And The Rest Will Follow" which was released by Masterrock Records & Chorus Of One Records early 2007. This exclusive australian release was foll...
Mondo Generator (sometimes known as "Nick Oliveri And The Mondo Generator") is an American punk/hard rock band fronted by Nick Oliveri.
Nick Oliveri (under the moniker Rex Everything) formed Mondo Generator in 1997 and with friends Josh Homme, Brant Bjork, Rob Oswald, and others, recorded the debut album, Cocaine Rodeo. The LP wouldn't be released until 3 years later due to Oliveri and Homme being full-time members of Queens of the Stone Age. The album was released by Southern Lord Records in 2000. There was little support of the album by the way of live shows, and the band gained cult status among the most devoted Queens of the Stone Age fans.
In 2003, the band again emerged with a new LP, A Drug Problem That Never...