MONDO GENERATOR To Release Sophomore CD In The Summer

April 2, 2003

MONDO GENERATOR, the side project of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's Nick Oliveri and Josh Homme, have set "A Drug Problem That Never Existed" as the title for their sophomore album, due in June/July through Ipecac Records.


Apr. 28 - San Diego, CA - Canes
Apr. 29 - Anaheim, CA - House Of Blues
Apr. 30 - Las Vegas, NV - House Of Blues

In related news, Homme is one of the musicians contributing to the long-awaited collaborative effort, "Desert Sessions Vol. 9/10", due out later in the year. Other artists set to appear on the CD include Dean Ween, Dave Catching, Josh Homme, Chris Goss, Josh Freese, Alain Johannes, PJ Harvey, Twiggy Rameriez, Joey Castillo, Natasha Shneider, Brian "Big Hands" O'Connor, Troy Van Leeuwen and The Tuff Gentlemen.

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