Kyuss‘ reunited incarnation Kyuss Lives! are planning to extend their reunion and make a new album together.
The band have already announced a European tour set for next spring, but have been spurred on to make a new studio album because initial rehearsals went so well.
Singer John Garcia told Rock Sound: “Our rehearsals are going so well that we’re thinking of doing another record… Brant [Bjork], Nick [Oliveri] 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.”
“He [Homme] has Them Crooked Vultures, Queens Of The Stone Age,” he said. “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 per cent what he would say.”
Kyuss Lives! will play the following UK dates:
Nottingham Rock City (March 31)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (April 1)
London HMV Forum (2/3)
Glasgow O2 Academy (4)
Manchester Academy (5)
Bristol O2 Academy (6)