Kyuss Lives With Plan B Following Oliveri's Arrest

(Rock News Desk) Kyuss Lives drummer Brant Bjork says the band have to deal with the fact that bassist Nick Oliveri has an "interesting" lifestyle.

Oliveri is facing a prison term after staging a four-hour standoff with an LA SWAT team in July, during which it's believed he held his ex-girlfriend against her will. After he let her go cops gained entry to his apartment and found a loaded rifle and a quantity of drugs.

The looming court case means he's not always available to play with Kyuss Lives but the drummer says the band are fortunate that Scott Reeder, the other bassist who played with them when they were Kyuss, is there to deputise. Bjork tells Heavy Planet: "There were only seven members of Kyuss and only two bass players, so Scott is the obvious and really the only Plan B that would even be considered. more on this story

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