Bruno Fevery

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Bruno Fevery.

Bruno Fevery is a Belgian guitarist.

Bruno Fevery has played guitar in several bands, most recently in the rock band Vista Chino and its predecessor Kyuss Lives!.[1] While a member of the multi-genred Belgian band Arsenal, Fevery met ex-Kyuss vocalist John Garcia when John recorded guest vocals on two songs for Arsenals Lotuk album. Fevery told Garcia that he used to play in a Kyuss tribute band as a teenager. This familiarity with Kyuss' music made him an obvious choice to replace Josh Homme, when Garcia toured with his project Garcia Plays Kyuss and again when Garcia decided to attempt a resurrection of Kyuss with the band Kyuss Lives!.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Helmut Lotti - Out of Africa (1999)
  • Helmut Lotti - "Shosholoza" Single (1999)
  • Arsenal - Outsides (2005)
  • Stash - Blue Lanes (2007)
  • Baloji - Hotel Impala (2007)
  • Arsenal - Outsides EP (2007)
  • Arsenal - De Poolreizigers (2007)
  • Les Talons Gitans - L′amour sans pédales (2007)
  • Arsenal - Lotuk (2008)
  • Monza - Attica! (2008)
  • Meuris - Spectrum (2010)
  • Les Talons Gitans - Vieil Indien (2010)
  • Arno - Brussld (2010)
  • Arsenal - Lokemo (2011)
  • Vista Chino - Peace (2013)
  • Nick Oliveri's UncontrollableLeave Me Alone (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Album of the Day: Vista Chino – Peace". Roadburn Festival. 24 August 2013. Retrieved 11 March 2015. 
  2. ^ Andrew Bansal (24 November 2011). "Interview: Kyuss Lives! Guitarist Bruno Fevery Talks About Touring, Gear, Filling Josh Homme's Shoes". Guitar World. Retrieved 11 March 2015.