MONDO GENERATOR Announces 'What Is Rock' Tour With TURBONEGRO

MONDO GENERATOR has announced the dates for the upcoming "What Is Rock" tour with TURBONEGRO. The trek will kick off in September and run through the middle of October.

MONDO GENERATOR was originally formed by ex-QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE and KYUSS bassist Nick Oliveri in 1997. The band has previously released two critically acclaimed albums, their classic debut album "Cocaine Rodeo" in 2000 and 2003's "A Drug Problem That Never Existed". Initially intended as a side-project, the band has now become Oliveri's full-time venture. The group's new album, "Dead Planet", was recently released through Suburban Noize Records.

Scandinavian rock outfit TURBONEGRO is touring in support of their eighth full-length album, "Retox".

Having rocked the European punk scene since the late Eighties, TURBONEGRO has developed into one of the world's biggest underground rock bands after releasing classic albums such as "Ass Cobra" and "Apocalypse Dudes" that earned them significant critical acclaim and a loyal cult-like following of "Turbojugends."


Sep. 19 - Metro, Chicago, IL
Sep. 20 - Smalls, Detroit, MI
Sep. 21 - The Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH
Sep. 22 - Phoenix Concert Theater, Toronto
Sep. 24 - Paradise, Boston, MA
Sep. 25 - Nokia Theater Times Square, NYC
Sep. 26 - Black Cat, Washington, DC
Sep. 28 - Ziggy's, Winston-Salem, NC
Sep. 29 - Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
Sep. 30 - One Eyed Jack's, New Orleans, LA
Oct. 01 - Granada Theater, Dallas, TX
Oct. 02 - Emo's, Austin, TX
Oct. 04 - The Brickhouse, Phoenix, Az
Oct. 05 - HOB, San Diego, CA
Oct. 06 - Downtown LA, Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 07 - Henry Ford Theater, Los Angeles
Oct. 08 - Slims, San Francisco, CA
Oct. 10 - Showbox, Seattle, WA
Oct. 11 - Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver
Oct. 12 - Roseland Ballroom, Portland, OR


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