PREVIEW THE NEW TEENAGE TIMEKILLER TRACK FEATURING RANDY BLYTHE AND DAVE GROHL

Teenager Timekiller, a supergroup created by Corrosion of Conformity‘s Reed Mullin, My Ruin’s Mick Murphy and producer John “Lou” Lousteau and featuring tons of different artists is set to release their Greatest Hit Vol. 1 album on July 31. They have now released a new track preview of Hung Out to Dry featuring Randy Blythe on vocals and Dave Grohl on bass.

Here’s the full track-list and also who will appear on what song for Greatest Hits Vol. 1.

1. “Exploder”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring: Bassist Pat Hoed and drummer London May

2. “Crowned by the Light of the Sun”
Vocals: Neil Fallon
Featuring: Guitarist Jim Rota and bassist Dave Grohl

3. “Hung Out to Dry”
Vocals: Randy Blythe
Featuring Guitarist Mike Schaefer and bassist Dave Grohl

4. “Power Outage”
Vocals: Clifford Dinsmore
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

5. “Ode to Hannity”
Vocals: Jello Biafra
Featuring: Bassist Mike Dean

6. “Barrio”
Vocals: Matt Skiba
Featuring: Guitarist Brian Baker

7. “The Dead Hand”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring: Guitarist Woody Weatherman and bassist Dave Grohl

8. “Egobomb”
Vocals: Corey Taylor
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

9. “Plank Walk”
Vocals: Pete Stahl
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson and bassist Dave Grohl

10. “Time to Die”
Vocals: Mike “IX” Williams
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson

11. “Days of Degradation”
Vocals: Tommy Victor
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

12. “Clawhoof”
Vocals: Tairrie B. Murphy
Featuring: Basssist Dave Grohl

13. “Big Money”
Vocals: Lee Ving
Featuring: Guitarist / Bassist Pat Smear and drummer London May

14. “Devil in This House”
Vocals: Karl Agell
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

15. “Say Goodnight to Acolyte”
Vocals: Phil Rind
Featuring: Guitarist Jason Browning and bassist Dave Grohl

16. “Ignorant People”
Vocals: Tony Foresta
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson and bassist Nick Oliveri

17. “Son of an Immigrant”
Vocals: Johnny Weber
Featuring: Guitarist Brian Baker

18. “Your Empty Soul”
Vocals: Aaron Beam

19. “Bleeding to Death”
Vocals: Vic Bondi
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

20. “Teenage Time Killer”
Vocals: Trenton Rogers
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson and bassist Pat Hoed

FFPD AND PAPA ROACH ARE LETTING FANS PLAN THEIR NEXT TOUR

Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach and In This Moment are teaming up this fall for a North American tour, only they are letting their fans vote on which cities they should play.

The voting is now live at both Five Finger Death Punch and Papa Roach’s demand pages. The top voted cities will move on to the next round each week until the final stops are announced on May 19.

We should probably mention that Wichita is included in the options.

FOO FIGHTERS PLAYED TINY OHIO GIG FOR RECORD STORE DAY

Dave Grohl served as the 2015 Record Store Day Ambassador, but Foo Fighters opted to play a tiny gig to celebrate the day.

The band played to a 150-person crowd in a record store in Niles, Ohio, which is just miles away from Dave Grohl’s hometown Warren, Ohio.

Setlist:
White Limo
Arlandria
Congregation
The Pretender
Learn to Fly
My Hero
Big Me
Alone + Easy Target
Kids in America

KIRK HAMMETT LOST 250 NEW METALLICA RIFFS

In a recent interview with The Jasta Show, Kirk Hammett admitted he lost his iPhone about six months ago that contained about 250 music ideas for the new Metallica album.

“I was crushed. It didn’t get backed up. And when it happened, I was bummed out for about two or three days. I walked into the house. My wife saw me and she said, ‘Uh-oh, what’s wrong? Did you get a phone call from a relative?’ I said, ‘No.’ She said, ‘What’s going on?’ I told her, and she understood.”

Despite losing that iPhone, Metallica said their follow-up to 2008’s Death Magnetic is about 25 percent done.

VIDEO: New clip from Kurt Cobain documentary “Montage Of Heck” shows Nirvana playing in bedroom for two people

A clip from the upcoming Kurt Cobain documentary, “Montage Of Heck” shows Nirvana playing a gig in a bedroom for two people.

Cobain is narrating and said they would consider it a show if they played at home with a few people stopping over. The clip shows Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic rocking out while two people lean on a wall.

The clip cuts to a present-day Novoselic talking about how he saw talent in Cobain before they made it big.

The documentary will premiere on HBO May 4th and will be screened in several theaters over the next few weeks.

Eddie Vedder and Pete Townsend will perform together to support cancer charities

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder and The Who guitarist Pete Townsend will perform together on May 14th to raise money for the charity, Teen Cancer America. Money from the show will be used to support programs at the University of Chicago Medicine as well as other local children’s charities.

The Who have spent over 15 years raising millions of dollars for cancer research through performances and events. Vedder has performed with The Who at several of those performances.

Tickets go on sale April 21st at 10 AM. The performance will take place at the Rosemount Theater in Illinois.

HELLYEAH RELEASE NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “HUSH”

Hellyeah has released a music video for “Hush”, their latest single from their newest album Blood for Blood.

The band is taking a stand against domestic violence in this video. Along with the video, they are also raising money via an IndieGoGo fund to create a campaign to educate people about domestic violence.

NEW CLIP FROM ‘MONTAGE OF HECK’ SHOWS NIRVANA PLAYING FOR TWO PEOPLE

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck is set to premiere on HBO on May 4, but a new clip has surfaced online showing really early days of Nirvana playing together. In this clip, it shows them playing a house party with two people in attendance.

“If we played together in the house for a couple of hours and if two people stopped by, we considered that a gig, you know, a show. We had an audience of two people, locals who hated our guts and thought it was terrible music.”