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Kyuss To Reunite for European Tour Without Founding Guitarist Josh Homme

Three former members of the legendary stoner rock band Kyuss, vocalist John Garcia, bass player Nick Oliveri and drummer Brant Bjork, will be embarking on a tour of Europe next year. Founding guitarist Josh Homme will not be taking part in the tour, which is expected to be because of his commitment to Queens Of The Stone Age, the band in which he performs vocal and guitar duties. Replacing him on the trek will be guitarist Bruno Fevery. This is the closest the band has come to a reunion since they called it a day in 1995.

The tour dates are as follows:

March 11 - Bergen, Norway - Rökeriet
March 12 - Oslo, Norway - Rockefeller
March 13 - Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Medis
March 15 - Hamburg, ., Germany - Docks
March 16 - Berlin, Germany - Columbia Halle
March 17 - Saarbrücken, Germany - Garage
March 18 - Basel, Switzerland - Z7
March 19 - München, Bayern, Germany - Backstage Werk
March 20 - Budapest, Hungary - Gödör
March 22 - Vienna, Austria - Arena
March 23 - Milan, Italy, - Live Club
March 24 - Frankfurt, Germany - Hugenottenhalle
March 25 - Paris, France - Elysee Montmartre
March 26 - Athens, Greece - Fuss Club
March 27 - Brussels, Belgium - AB
March 28 - Cologne, Germany - Live Music Hall
March 29 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
March 31 - Nottingham, ., United Kingdom - Rock City
April 1 - Wolverhampton, United Kingdom - Wulfrun Hall
April 2 - London, United Kingdom - The Forum

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1. deathbringer writes:

I hope they tour the US as well. That would be killer.

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2. Chazz writes:

I agree, deathbringer.

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3. subl33t writes:

*wishful thinking*:
come to Canada!

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4. Tom_Himself writes:

This is the best news I've heard all day!

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5. Blindgreed1 writes:

How'd I miss this news? This IS good news!

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6. cam666 writes:

I love kyuss. I hope they come to canada

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7. deathfreak writes:

WTF They made it in america, tour america=/ Im tired of bands that made it here tour europe first. The big four now this

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8. Diamond Oz writes:

Like most rock/metal bands, they probably have a stronger following in Europe.

# Nov 4, 2010 @ 8:22 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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9. deathbringer writes:

In some cases I'm not so sure that it's all about being more popular in Europe. For certain styles, that's definitely the case. But there's got to be something else at work here. If the band isn't piggy backing off of the summer festival circuit, why is it profitable to tour Europe instead of the states? Smaller area to travel with dense populations? Cultural differences leading to more ticket sales? (America being about the newest trends mostly?) I really don't get it sometimes.

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10. Demoncleaner23 writes:

This is good news hopefully the next step is a full on reunion with Josh, new album, and US tour. Crossing my fingers

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