Gunash release new live video for »Predators« featuring legendary Nick Oliveri on guest vocals!
Italian alternative rock/post-grunge trio Gunash has released new live video for »Predators« featuring Nick Oliveri (ex-Queens Of The Stone Age, ex-Kyuss, Mondo Generator, Stöner) on guest vocals.
»Predators« comes from the band’s latest full-length album, »All You Can Hit«, out on April 29th, 2022 via Go Down Records / Golden Robot Records.
Courtesy of All Noir PR:
Italian alternative rock/post grunge outfit Gunash have released a brand new live video for the track »Predators« today! »Predators« is taken off the band’s latest album »All You Can Hit« (Go Down Records) and features guest vocals from none other than the legendary Nick Oliveri!
Luca Negro (bass) comments: “With »Predators«, we managed to combine our fastest and angriest music and we selected one of the most important collaboration so far to do it. Nick Oliveri is one of the most iconic figures and one of our favourite musicians, a wonderful person to make music with.”
Danilo Abaldo (drums) continues: “The song »Predators« is a powerful and roaring single arising from the lucky match between our band and Nick Oliveri. Nick immediately loved the track and included it in his latest compilation »N.O. Hits At All Vol. 7«. This live footage is the precious testimony of the debut performance of this song, during the sold out show at the Brin de Zinc Club, in Barberaz, France. We can’t wait to play on the same stage again on Sunday 7th August 2022, when Gunash will be an opener for Nick Oliveri and Brant Bjork’s Stöner at the Freakout Club in Bologna, Italy.”
Ivano Zorgniotti (vocals, guitar) adds: “Nick was the right foot for that kickass boot!”
The band’s current album »All You Can Hit« is intended as an ironic joke against the trend of recent years in many restaurants, which Gunash sees as one of the many examples of our society’s overwhelming and endless consumerism. The choice of showing pictures of inedible food explains the band’s statement on this matter. They want to send out a strong message with ‘EAT’ that turns into ‘HIT’, that is, hitting everyone’s conscience. The lyrics talk about relationships between people, the concept of ‘possessing’ someone else, and how difficult it is to keep our status as human beings, as well as the one of being humans.
With artwork by Ivano ‘Zor’ Zorgniotti and Ale Martone, the album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Fausto De Bellis at Muxland Studio and Morphing Studio in Bologna, Italy and features guest musicians such as Nick Oliveri, Marco Allocco, Tom Harp Newton and Derek Sherinian.
»All You Can Hit« is out now on Go Down Records and is available for purchase at THIS LOCATION.
Gunash live w/ Stöner:
August 7th – Freakout Club, Bologna (IT)
Zor – Guitars & Vocals
Luca – Bass
Pannico – Drums
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well