Listen to An Unreleased Track by Righteous Fool, “Low Blow”, Featuring Reed Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity

Rolling Stone is currently streaming a new, previously unreleased track by Righteous Fool. The band and the track featured Reed Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity, who passed away last month at age 53. Today would have been his 54th birthday. Righteous Fool also featured COC bassist Mike Dean, and guitarist Jason Browning, who all shared vocal contributions. The band released one two-song seven-inch in 2010. The track ‘Low Blow’ was recorded in 2011 at Studio 606 in the San Fernando Valley (Dave Grohl’s studio) with the intention to be included on a debut full-length that never came to fruition. The stream serves as a tribute to Mullin on what would have been his 54th birthday (February 12th). The project actually led to the trio era reunion of COC that eventually led to the reformation of the “classic” lineup with Pepper Keenan that has been back in action for several years. Listen to Reed drum and sing his ass off on ‘Low Blow’ now. Continue reading

Remembering Reed Mullin, Drummer for Corrosion of Conformity (1966-2020)

So far, 2020 has been a cruel mistress as the reaper has claimed several giants of the drumming world. One that hits us particularly hard is the sudden death of Wiliam “Reed” Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity, at the young age of 53. Reed was not only a stellar drummer and musician, but he was also almost universally loved by the Hardcore Punk, Thrash Metal, Doom and Stoner Rock community, which is both amazing and insane. It just goes to show the talent Reed had and the breadth of different styles he helped encompass with C.O.C. Equal to his impact on record and behind the drumkit and the microphone, Mullin impacted a ton of people in the scene with his kindness and sense of humor. Continue reading

Reed Mullin, Hardcore Punk and Metal Legend of Corrosion of Conformity, Has Died

We have sad news to report at this hour as Corrosion of Conformity co-founder and legend Reed Mullin has died after an illness. He was just 53 years old. News starting hitting social media earlier today as tributes from his friends and peers, followed by his band started to trend. We are saddened by this loss to the music world and will bring you more news as it develops. We’re sending our sympathies at this hour to Reed, family, band, friends, and fans. Continue reading

Back For Another Round- Pepper Keenan and Woody Weatherman of COC

Corrosion of Conformity, by Evil Robb Photography

Corrosion of Conformity, by Evil Robb Photography

The news of returning vocalist and guitarist Pepper Keenan to Corrosion of Conformity made waves across the heavy music world over a year ago. Keenan spent his time playing guitar in Down, while guitarist Woodroe “Woody” Weatherman and bassist Mike Dean reunited with drummer Reed Mullin in 2010 (the Animosity lineup) to record 2012’s Corrosion of Conformity and 2014’s II, and the 2012 free EP Megalodon via Scion AV.

This version found themselves touring and reacquainting with longtime fans, which took them through Knotfest. Following this appearance, the band is feeling good and gave longtime Southern California fans their first look at this lineup since their hiatus in 2006.

That was totally Slipknot who that hooked us up on this. It came straight from the fucking band,” said Keenan, talking about getting onto the festival.

They wanted COC, and which was an awesome thing. I’ve known those guys and the fact that they asked us weirdo rednecks to do this…it’s great. That carries a lot of weight. We’ve had a lot of friends support this thing. It’s been awesome.

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Having Keenan on stage with them did bring back old memories from the Deliverance and Wiseblood eras, and helped stimulate the energy on stage. Longtime fans were reunited with songs from that time period that were not played for some time.

I think people are stoked to hear those songs they need to hear. I fucking love playing them. All of those classic tunes, from the Blind album and Deliverance all the way up,” said Weatherman.

We’re in a weird situation because we haven’t played together in so long. What band gets that opportunity to get back out there and get so much help from fans and other bands hooking us up. So it’s really fucking cool. The songs still work. They work fucking great.

We’re on tour with Clutch right now. We’re using this time to get our heads together and [figure out] where do we go from here,” added Keenan.

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Were there any songs from that era that they rediscovered from that era that they hadn’t performed as much? “I’ve got all the demos. There’s a song off from the Deliverance era that’s pretty strong. We probably won’t do them but the energy is there. It’s a good thing. You have to progress a little bit. I don’t go backwards,” said Keenan.

We don’t go backwards but we still have riffs around. Shit we’ve had for a long time like ‘fuck! Why didn’t we use that? I don’t know…’,” added Weatherman.

Photo Credit: Evil Robb Photography

Photo Credit: Evil Robb Photography

Keenan said the four members were in touch during the time apart, even though each were doing their own respective things. “Yeah. It was a long time coming. We kept it on a lo-key thing and waited until the moment was right. We went to Europe this summer, not knowing what to expect. We went back a few times.

So did the time apart make their bond stronger? “I think the one locking element was the songs. Playing the songs, done them, and do them again the next day. It’s all good. We’re having a good time.

 Corrosion of Conformity, by Melina D Photography

Corrosion of Conformity, by Melina D Photography

Since his time in Down, Keenan had not sang a note with a band in some time. Getting reacquainted with that role, he talked about how he worked himself back into that position.

I hadn’t sang in 15 years. Literally. I had to fall back into it. Remember the words and write them down and then go from there.

Double up the Coors Light!,” joked Weatherman, with a huge laugh.

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Corrosion of Conformity, by Melina D Photography

Plus with Dean handling vocals for the trio version of COC, would they somehow work the two members in to both doing vocals on future material?

It’s possible,” said Keenan.

When we did it in the past, it was on Deliverance – the title track on that. We all join in. We fill in where we can,” added Weatherman.

Photo Credit: Evil Robb Photography

Photo Credit: Evil Robb Photography

Even Mullin, where he shared his vocal skills on the Teenage Time Killers album, may make an appearance behind the mic. “He sings every night a little bit,” said Weatherman.

Speaking of Mullin, the appearance also marked his return, and had not performed with this incarnation since 2001. Having him back in the fold also added a spark that fans often missed throughout that era. Weatherman shared his thoughts on him.

Yeah this is really…Pepper’s talking 15 years – that’s how long it’s been since all four of us – this four piece has been since ’01 or 2000-whatever it was because Reed split for a while. So it’s nice. It’s the real deal and we’re back up.

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Corrosion of Conformity, by Melina D Photography

Weatherman talked about how doing the trio brought out the punk rock side of COC, and finding a side of their sound that was overshadowed by their melodic riff driven sounds of the recent years.

We knew all along that sooner or later we’d be back with [Pepper] Keenan doing his shit. So we’re doing a little punk rock here and there and playing some old shit,” he said.

I’ll be honest…I want to combine some of those elements now because we’re there, where playing wise we’re going into manic crazy shit or whatever. I like the energy of whatever they did and the last album, In The Arms of God was a pretty strong record. That’s a catalyst for us,” added Keenan, praising the energy created by the trio during his time away, and possibly hinting where the new material could head towards.

Corrosion of Conformity, by Evil Robb Photography

Corrosion of Conformity, by Evil Robb Photography

As for a new record, the band has signed a new recording deal with Nuclear Blast and talks about a new album began to surface. Keenan gave their status on this and how far along they were on when such a thing would see the light of day.

The main thing is gelling and playing together. It’s a different situation and now the riffs will start to come out. We’ll start to get organized. It’s a tall order there. It ain’t gonna be no half assed bullshit.

By Rei Nishimoto

Aaron Beam of Red Fang Talks New Album

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Portland riff rockers Red Fang have been powering through on the road and continuing to push their latest album Whales and Leeches. Their latest venture took them through Knotfest in Devore, CA where they were greeted with a swarm of fans for their early set time.

Being that it is a bit over two years since the release of their current album, they have stretched the lifespan of the release beyond where they had thought it could possible reach.

It was October of 2013 when it came out so it’s about two years. This is the last tour we’re doing on it. We’re trying to play some smaller cities and cities we haven’t played in a long time. We wanted to get out with some of our favorite bands Whores and Wild Throne and take those guys out. We’ve been writing some new songs and we wanted to try some of those songs out on the tour. We didn’t play them today (Knotfest) because it was a shorter set, but on the rest of the tour we’re doing three to four new songs,” said bassist Aaron Beam, talking about where they stand today.

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He talked playing Knotfest and how different it is playing an American festival versus the numbers of European festivals Red Fang had participated on over the years.

Most of the people at Knotfest speak English! They speak English at most of the festivals in Europe too. I feel more comfortable speaking to the audience here and feeling like they understand me. Besides that, generally festivals are festivals and they’re pretty similar,” he said.

Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

During their 2011 release Murder The Mountains, Red Fang took part on the Rockstar Mayhem Festival tour across North America and played in front of crowds largely geared towards the younger, modern metalcore oriented audiences. Now fast forward to 2015, Beam talked about how playing Knotfest differs from back then.

I think the lineup today was a bit more varied than Mayhem was the year that we did it. I know Mayhem changes up but the year we did it there was lots and lots of metalcore and more thrash bands. We were the only band that was a rock band. Today was good. It seemed like people were more locked in.

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He also talked about public awareness growing over the years and fans becoming much more saavy with the Fang helped sway them in their favor.

That’s it too. More people know about us now. Almost any time you go to see a band cold and you’ve never heard of them before, you’re not going to be thrashing around. You’re going to be paying attention and listening, especially when it’s something so different from everything else during the day.

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Recently, Red Fang has released a new seven inch single on Volcom Recordings with two covers – an Elvis Presley and the theme song for the popular 1980s television series Fraggle Rock, reinterpreted by the band.

There’s two covers on the Volcom seven inch. There’s the Elvis cover which is only the lyrics are the same. The song is an old couple of riffs that we’ve never figured out how to turn it into a song before. Then there’s also a cover of a song from that TV show Fraggle Rock, which is similarly lyrics and an old song that I wrote from before Red Fang even existed that we modified and turned it into a track that worked with that vocal melody,” he explained.

Beam himself took part on the Teenage Time Killers’ record Teenage Time Killers: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 on a song titled “Your Empty Soul,” which he also involved Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin. He talked about how he got involved in this project.

 

It was actually through this guy Sean Cox, who’s a tech for the Foo Fighters. Several of the Foo Fighters crew live up in Portland. So Sean was helping us out with some guitar problems and we were just hanging out and he asked me if I would mind if he put me in touch with Lou, who engineered the thing. I was like ‘yeah…’

Reed was originally thinking of having Pepper [Keenan] sing on that track but something happened and Pepper couldn’t do it. So it was like ‘you know what would be cool is if we got that guy Aaron from Red Fang.’ I think it was like Reed mentioned it and then Lou talked to Sean, and then Sean talked to me and that’s how it came together.

While he enjoyed working on the song, he missed his one chance at performing it live at a recent one time show in Los Angeles.

No I’ve never played it. That was my chance I guess with the concert that they did (Teenage Time Killers at Henry Fonda Theater) in LA but there was no way for me to make it down. Juggling kids and being on tour was real hard. That was a weekend I wasn’t available. Hopefully they’ll do another one and I can do it. I love the idea and I want to actually perform the song once.

John Sherman of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

John Sherman of Red Fang. Photo Credit: Kaley Nelson

While Beam and the Red Fang guys experienced a lot during this album cycle, he shared some of the highlights he experienced throughout the past few years.

This last tour with Whores and Wild Throne was big. That was one of the funnest US tours we’ve done. I also loved that tour we’d done with Big Business and American Sharks earlier, and we did a tour right in the beginning with Helms Alee, Wild Throne and a band before them called Gaytheist. Those were all super fun US tours.

The highlight of show for me was…and we’ve played a lot of really good shows. But the one that really was the most memorable from this album was Hellfest in France. It was the third time we’ve played it and we’ve got a pretty decent main stage slot. I would say conservatively there were 25,000 people watching us play, and they were not just standing there. It was packed and people were rocking out all the way to the back of the crowd. It was amazing. It was so fun.

Lots of times there’s something about the energy of an intimate club you can’t capture on a big huge festival stage like that. But with that many people it was awesome. Maybe we’ll never get to do that again but that’s really memorable.

Red Fang with Paul Shaffer on Late Show With David Letterman.

Red Fang with Paul Shaffer on Late Show With David Letterman.

They met a lot of high profile names along the way, and many were not necessarily from the heavy music world. One person they met was David Letterman, where they had a rare opportunity to perform on his television show – Late Night With David Letterman – before he retired earlier in the year.

That was on this album cycle! It seems like so long ago,” said Beam, suddenly remembering this moment. “That was an amazing experience. It was one of those things where I didn’t feel nervous until they started taping the episode. Once they tape it there’s no stopping. It feels like when you’re climbing to the top of a huge waterslide or you’re about to skydive. You know you’re committed. There’s nothing you can do – you have to do it. You’re terrified when you do it and as soon as you do it, you want to do it again. It was exactly like that. It was awesome.

They also got to work with actor and musician Fred Armisen, who appeared in their music video for ‘Blood Like Cream.’ “He played in a band called Trenchmouth in the 90s that my kids’ mom they used to play shows together, like way back when. She knows him from the music world before he was on TV at all. Pretty interesting.

Fred Armisen with Red Fang on the "Blood Like Cream" Music Video.

Fred Armisen with Red Fang on the “Blood Like Cream” Music Video.

Lastly, Beam talked about a new Red Fang also in the work, following the conclusion of their touring cycle.

Yeah for sure. We’ve already got three songs that are totally done, and we’ve got pieces of…I don’t know…30 more songs worth of material. We’ve got to start as soon as we get back from this tour we’re gonna lock in and start bashing out the songs and turning them into finishing them. We have studio time tentatively booked for end of February or beginning of March.

We’re really buckling down now. These tour things come up and A) you’ve got to make money and B) we wanted to try out these songs on the road as well and dial them in a little bit better and see how they’re working. That really helped a lot.

He gave a preview of the new material that is in the process of becoming the new Red Fang album. “You’ll probably be able to find some YouTube videos of some of the new songs. We’ve played them on this whole tour. One of them is called ‘The Shadows’ and it’s actually on this seven inch we’ve already put out. We’ll do an updated version of it.

 

There’s a new song that I’m super excited about that we’re playing on this last tour that’s kind of a slower, a little dirtier songs but it has this more Russian Circles kind of thing that happens half way through it. It’s got some surprises.

We’re still experimenting and branching out and trying new things always. It’s clearly going to be a Red Fang record but with some stuff you haven’t heard before.

By Rei Nishimoto

Randy Blythe of Lamb of God On Punk Rock

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Since the release of his book Dark Days: A Memoir and his band Lamb of God’s latest album VII: Sturm und Drang, frontman Randy Blythe has spoken about many subjects pertaining to his life. One area that he has spoken about is his connection to the punk rock world and how the music often helped him through tough time periods throughout his life.

He explains how he became connected to the punk rock world:

Some of that was from teenage angst. Some of that was that I was different. I didn’t really fit in with the standard cliques in high school with the jocks or the popular people. When I was really young I tried to get along with everyone but it was always too weird. At a young age of 12, I discovered the Sex Pistols. Then from there, it moved onward.

Punk rock music as an older person and music in general now has done so much to help me deal with life, emotionally and mentally. At times it helps me process things.

Lamb of God, by Evil Robb Photography

Lamb of God, by Evil Robb Photography

Within his book, Blythe often referenced various songs, where the lyrical content guided him through the tough periods when he was imprisoned at Pankrac in the Czech Republic. Much like how his fans often share how his lyrics and music help them, he also got to share what his heroes’ music meant to him.

There’s three bands that really had songs stuck in my head when I was in prison – one was ‘London Dungeon’ and the other was ‘Attitude’ by Bad Brains. The other was ‘Rise Above’ by Black Flag. Henry Rollins I got to tell, [Glenn] Danzig I got to tell, Darryl Jenifer I got to tell them how much their songs meant to me in prison. That’s a pretty special thing because I knew those guys. I know some of the guys in Black Flag. I’m friends with Darryl and it’s pretty awesome to look at someone and go ‘your music helped me get through a tough time.

As a musician, I get that a lot from fans. Naturally it would be a compliment I could give to them, now that the book is out. I’ve had several people tell me ‘your book is really helping me put things in perspective.’ I think it’s valuable for people to try and it’s impossible to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes unless you do it. You consider someone else’s perspective and their experience and then look at it in relation to your own. You learn from that. It can make things not so bad.

The whole punk thing, I think it enabled me to survive, like I said until I discovered it and the people who hung out in that scene who marched to the beat of the people that bought into marching for themselves. I just felt really around. The music felt more like a community and always faithful for it.

On a positive note, his love of punk rock was reciprocated to where he took part as one of the many vocalists on the Teenage Time Killers album, Teenage Time Killers: Greatest Hits Vol. 1, where he got to perform at their one time show in Los Angeles back in September 2015 as well. Even though he spoke about this prior to it happening, he was genuinely excited about it.

The Teenage Time Killers show I’m really stoked on. That’s me becoming friends with guys playing in bands when I was in high school. That’s Reed [Mullin] from COC (Corrosion of Conformity) and Animosity was a hugely important record for me growing up. Reed and Mike Dean’s vocals were a big influence on me.

It’s an honor to be asked to sing on that record and to be treated as a peer by some guys who made some good music that shaped me into what I am. I’m super excited because the show is shortly after tour. I was debating not doing it because I needed a break. I’ve been out for months at that point. I talked to my wife and was like ‘are you crazy? Mike Dean is going to be there. You should go do it.’ So I’m gonna go do that.

By Rei Nishimoto

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Teenage Time Killers Issue More Info On Greatest Hits Vol 1

Photo credit: Tairrie B Murphy

Photo credit: Tairrie B Murphy

Teenage Time Killers will be releasing their long awaited release Greatest Hits Vol 1 on July 31, 2015 via Rise Records. The brainchild of Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin, guitarist Mick Murphy (My Ruin, The Birds of Satan) and producer John “Lou” Lousteau, the project has released a track listing along with a breakdown of guest credits. All instrumental tracks on Greatest Hits Vol. 1 were recorded at Dave Grohl‘s 606 Studios in Northridge, California. The album was produced by Lousteau, Mullin and Murphy, engineered and mixed by Lousteau at 606 Studios.

Stream “Barrio” (with Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio) and “Hung Out To Dry” (with Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God) below.

01. “Exploder”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring Pat Hoed (Bass), London May (Drums)

02. “Crowned By The Light Of The Sun”
Vocals: Neil Fallon
Featuring Jim Rota (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

03. “Hung Out to Dry”
Vocals: Randy Blythe
Featuring Mike Schaefer (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

04. “Power Outage”
Vocals: Clifford Dinsmore
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

05. “Ode to Hannity”
Vocals: Jello Biafra
Featuring Mike Dean (Bass)

06. “Barrio”
Vocals: Matt Skiba
Featuring Brian Baker (Guitar)

07. “The Dead Hand”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring Woody Weatherman (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

08. “Egobomb”
Vocals: Corey Taylor
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

09. “Plank Walk”
Vocals: Pete Stahl
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

10. “Time To Die”
Vocals: Mike IX Williams
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar)

11. “Days Of Degradation”
Vocals: Tommy Victor
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

12. “Clawhoof”
Vocals: Tairrie B. Murphy
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

13. “Big Money”
Vocals: Lee Ving
Featuring Pat Smear (Guitar & Bass), London May (Drums)

14. “Devil In This House”
Vocals: Karl Agell
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

15. “Say Goodnight To The Acolyte”
Vocals: Phil Rind
Featuring Jason Browning (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

16. “Ignorant People”
Vocals: Tony Foresta
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Nick Oliveri (Bass)

17. “Son Of An Immigrant”
Vocals: Johnny Weber
Featuring Brian Baker (Guitar)

18. “Your Empty Soul”
Vocals: Aaron Beam

19. “Bleeding To Death”
Vocals: Vic Bondi
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

20. “Teenage Time Killer”
Vocals: Trenton Rogers
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Pat Hoed (Bass)

Cavalera Conspiracy, Death Angel, COC Blind and Lody Kong Book Spring Tour

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Cavalera Conspiracy, Death Angel, Corrosion Of Conformity Blind (featuring drummer Reed Mullin and vocalist Karl Agnell) and Lody Kong will be taking part on a spring tour together.

Apr 10: Tricky Falls – El Paso, TX
Apr 11: Gas Monkey Live – Dallas, TX
Apr 12: Empire Control Room & Garage – Austin, TX (‘Texas Independence Fest‘)
Apr 13: Scout Bar – Houston, TX
Apr 15: Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC
Apr 16: Revolution – Amityville, NY
Apr 17: Palladium – Worcester, MA (‘New England Metal And Hardcore Festival‘)
Apr 19: Marlin Room @ Webster Hall – New York, NY
Apr 20: Baltimore Sound Stage – Baltimore, MD
Apr 21: Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
Apr 22: The Crofoot – Pontiac, MI
Apr 23: Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
Apr 24: Mojoes – Joliet, IL (no Corrosion Of Confomity Blind) (feat. King Hitter)
Apr 25: The Rave – Milwaukee, WI (no Corrosion Of Confomity Blind) (feat. King Hitter)
Apr 27: First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
Apr 28: Granada – Lawrence, KS
Apr 29: The Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
May 01: Studio Seven – Seattle, WA
May 02: Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
May 03: The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
May 04: House Of Blues – West Hollywood, CA
May 05: Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ

Cavalera Conspiracy, Blind era Corrosion of Conformity, etc Added To 2015 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival

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The Seventeenth edition of the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival has added Cavalera Conspiracy, the Blind-era Corrosion of Conformity (with Reed Mullin and Karl Agnell), Jasta (featuring Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta) on Friday, April 17, 2015; Incantation on Saturday, April 18, 2015; and Vanna, Nasty and Gift Giver on Sunday, April 19, 2015.

Below is the full list of fourth wave band additions:

Friday April 17th
Cavalera Conspiracy
Corrosion Of Conformity
Jasta

April 18th
Incantation
Shattered Sun

April 19th
Vanna
Nasty
Brick By Brick
Gift Giver
Unity

Updated Lineup:

Friday April 17th
Between The Buried And Me
The Red Chord
Cavalera Conspiracy
Corrosion of Conformity
Jasta
Code Orange
Overcast
On Broken Wings
Fit For An Autopsy
The Atlas Moth
The Banner
Black Mask
Homewrecker
Discourse
Phinehas
Downpour
Boris The Blade

Saturday April 18th
Testament
Exodus
Nuclear Assault
Nails
Indecision
Incendiary
Suburban Scum
Incantation
Vital Remains
Allegaeon
Rivers of Nihil
The Agonist
Wisdom In Chains
Disgrace
Gods Hate
Thy Will Be Done
No Zodiac
Extinction AD
Vice
Absolute Suffering
Shattered Sun

Sunday April 19th
Motionless In White
For Today
The Color Morale
Vanna
Rotting Out
Death Before Dishonor
Cruel Hand
Lionheart
Nasty
The Plot In You
I Declare War
These Streets
My Ticket Home
Rude Awakening
Lorna Shore
The Last Ten Seconds of Life
World of Pain
Shark Ethic
GhostXShip
Living Laser
Brick By Brick
Gift Giver
Nasty
Oath
Unity

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Teenage Time Killer Releasing ‘Teenage Time Killer – Greatest Hits Vol 1’ In Early 2015

Photo credit: Tairrie B Murphy

Photo credit: Tairrie B Murphy

Teenage Time Killers, a supergroup led by Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin, guitarist Mick Murphy (My Ruin/Chevy Metal/Birds of Satan) and producer John “Lou” Lousteau, they will release their debut full length release Teenage Time Killers – Greatest Hits Vol 1 via Rise Records in early 2015. The record was mastered by Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag, Only Crime).

The record features a who’s who list of guests who participated on this record. Guest artists (in no particular order) include:

Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters/Nirvana)
Greg Anderson (Goatsnake/Sunn O)
Vic Bondi (Articles of Faith)
Phil Rind (Sacred Reich)
Jason Browning (Righteous Fool & HR)
Corey Taylor (Slipknot/Stone Sour)
Neil Fallon (Clutch)
Jim Rota (Fireball Ministry)
Tommy Victor (Prong/Danzig)
Jello Biafra (Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, Dead Kennedys)
Mike Dean (COC)
Woody Weatherman (COC)
Karl Agell (COC/King Hitter)
Clifford Dinsmore (BL’AST!)
Tairrie B. Murphy (My Ruin)
Pete Stahl (Scream/Goatsnake)
Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio)
Brian Baker (Minor Threat/Bad Religion)
Pat Hoed (Brujeria/Nip Drivers)
London May (Samhain/Danzig Legacy/Tiger Army/Son of Sam)
Randy Blythe (Lamb of God)
Mike Schafer (Blatant Disarray)
Aaron Beam (Red Fang)
Lee Ving (Fear)
Pat Smear (Foo Fighters/Nirvana/Germs)
Mike “IX” Williams (Eyehategod)
Nick Oliveri (Kyuss/Queens of the Stone Age)
Tony Foresta (Municipal Waste/Iron Reagan)
Trenton Rogers (Chaotic Justice)
Johnny Weber (The Ghost of Saturday Night)