KYUSS LIVES!, the project featuring three-quarters of KYUSS the influential American stoner rock/metal band, originally from Palm Desert, California was the featured musical guests on last night's (Wednesday, August 31) edition of Fuel TV's "The Daily Habit" program. The band bassist Nick Oliveri, drummer Brant Bjork and singer John Garcia along with guitarist Bruno Fevery, who most recently played with Garcia in the GARCIA PLAYS KYUSS project performed the classic KYUSS songs "Hurricane" (the lead track from 1995's "...And the Circus Leaves Town") and "100" (from 1994's "Welcome to Sky Valley").
Video footage of the "Hurricane" performance can be seen below.
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KYUSS LIVES! recently revealed that it will record a new studio album following the band's current tour.
KYUSS, the inventors of Desert Rock, have been in the last ten years much more popular than when they were still around in the early Nineties. So, due to massive public demand over the years to play songs from his old cult band KYUSS, John finally made the decision to give the fans what they want.
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