MONDO GENERATOR: U.S. Tour Postponed

MONDO GENERATOR's previously announced U.S. tour, which was scheduled to kick off on August 4 in San Francisco and run through September 2 in Los Angeles, has been "postponed." According to the band, "the shows will be rescheduled to run in December and January. New dates will be announced shortly."

What do Nick Oliveri (KYUSS, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE), Dave Grohl (NIRVANA, FOO FIGHTERS, THEM CROOKED VULTURES), Happy Tom (TURBONEGRO) and Marc Diamond (THE DWARVES) all have in common? Aside from the fact they all play in some of the best bands to ever grace the earth, they all feature on the brand new single, "Dog Food", from MONDO GENERATOR.

Over the last year, band founder Oliveri and fellow member Hoss, alongside producer Bradley Cook have been working on MONDO GENERATOR's fourth full-length album, "Time To Destroy". During the recording process they have enlisted a number of guests to make an appearance, "Dog Food" is the first taste of who is featured on the album. With Marc Diamond on guitar duties, Happy Tom has laid down some bass tracks, while Dave Grohl provides the drum tracks and Nick Oliveri delivers his trademark vocals.


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