Nick Oliveri has forged his through a long career of hard work and full command over his craft and his music including stints in Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age, Mondo Generator and more recently Bl’ast and Dean Ween’s Moistboyz. His new album, Leave Me Alone, is a powerfully captivating proof of his multi-talented personality. The new album is being released on Schnitzel Records worldwide in late September 2014. The first track, “Human Cannonball Explodes” (featuring lead guitar by Dean Ween) has now been debuted by ConsequenceOfSound.
Recorded at Thunder Underground Studios in Palm Springs, CA. Oliveri plays all the instruments on this recording, including drums, guitar, bass and vocals. It features guitar solos from some special guests though, namely Phil Campbell from Motorhead, Dean Ween (a.k.a. Mickey Moist) from Ween and Moistboyz, Stephen Haas from Moistboyz, Mike Pygmie from Mondo Generator, Marc Diamond from The Dwarves and Bruno Fevery from Kyuss Lives! and Vista Chino. There’s also a guest vocal by Blag Dahlia from The Dwarves.
Produced by Oliveri himself, recorded by Harper Hug and Trevor Whatever, and mixed by Mathias Schneeberger the album will be released on Schnitzel Records this September. Schnitzel Records is home to Ween, Alain Johannes, Dean Fertita (Hello=Fire), Moistboyz and The Moons.
Oliveri will spend most of 2014 on the road. Playing both acoustic and with his new band, Uncontrollable. Nick will also be headlining the Acoustic Stage at this year’s Download Festival.