Lamb of God's Randy Blythe also appeared during metal super group's three hour Fonda Theatre gig
Slipknot‘s Corey Taylor was among the guests as metal super group Teenage Time Killers played their first ever gig last night.
The band’s core members, Bl’ast! vocalist Clifford Dinsmore, Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin and My Ruin guitarist Mick Murphy, performed for over three hours at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles last night (September 12). It was the first time the band have played live, with debut album ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ having been released earlier this year.
Rolling Stone reports that Slipknot’s Taylor closed the three hour long set by performing Teenage Time Killers track ‘Egobomb’ as well as covers of Black Flag’s ‘Rise Above’ and Misfits’ ‘Where Eagles Dare’. The latter can be seen below.
The marathon set included the band performing material from ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ as well as a series of covers as they paid tribute to the history of heavy music. Dave Grohl, who played bass on the Teenage Time Killers album, was absent as he is currently on tour with Foo Fighters.
Other guest vocalists who performed at the Fonda Theatre included Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God, Articles of Faith frontman Vic Bondi, Municipal Waste’s Tony Foresta, Pete Stahl of Scream and 65 year old Lee Ving of Fear. My Ruin’s Tairrie B. Murphy also appeared to sing on a cover of Mudhoney’s ‘Touch Me I’m Sick’.
‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ came out in July. The collaboration was started by Corrosion of Conformity’s Reed Mullin alongside guitarist Mick Murphy as well as producer John ‘Lou’ Lousteau. Other artists involved include Pat Smear from Foo Fighters, Jello Biafra from The Dead Kennedys, Randy Blythe from Lamb of God, Tommy Victor from Prong and Danzig, Lee Ving from Fear and Mike ‘IX’ Williams from Eyehategod.