The band's former guitarist Josh Homme (pictured) and bassist Scott Reeder filed a lawsuit earlier this year to prevent their former bandmates from using the the Kyuss Lives! name for their band.
Now Judge S. James Otero has ruled Kyuss Lives! can use their name in concert, but not for recordings. However, part of the ruling also states "It may be in Defendants' best interest to begin re-branding under a new name".
Source: Rolling Stone
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Kyuss was an American rock band, formed in Palm Desert, California in 1987 by Josh Homme (guitar), John Garcia (vocals), Brant Bjork (drums) and Chris Cockrell (bass). After releasing an EP under the name Sons of Kyuss in 1990, the band shortened its name to Kyuss and recruited Nick Oliveri. Over the next five years the band released four full-length albums, and one last split EP in 1997 as Kyuss...
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