Former Queens Of The Stone Age member Nick Oliveri to release solo album 'Leave Me Alone'

Bass player's third solo effort will come out in September

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Former Queens Of The Stone Age member Nick Oliveri will release a new solo album.

'Leave Me Alone' will come out in September, and follows 2004's 'Demolition Day' and 'Death Acoustic', his 2009 covers album. Oliveri will support the release with a handful of live shows, including a support slot at Queens Of The Stone Age's Halloween gig in Los Angeles with his band Uncontrollable. No UK dates have been announced.

The new album features guest guitar appearances from Phil Campbell of Motörhead, Dean Ween of Ween and Bruno Fevery of Kyuss Lives!, the current incarnation of Kyuss, Oliveri and Josh Homme's pre-QOTSA act.

Queens of the Stone Age reunited with former bassist Nick Oliveri on stage in April of this year.

Oliveri left Queens Of The Stone Age in 2004 but provided backing vocals on the band's 2013 studio album '…Like Clockwork' on the track 'If I Had A Tail'. Then, during their gig at Portland’s Keller Auditorium Oliveri joined the band onstage to sing lead vocals on 'You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire', for the first time they have performed together in over a decade.

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