Supergroup featuring Dave Grohl, Nick Oliveri, Corey Taylor, Matt Skiba to release debut LP

'Teenage Time Killers' put out 'Greatest Hits Vol. 1' on July 31

Teenage Time Killers, the supergroup featuring Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, former Queens of the Stone Age member Nick Oliveri, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Alkaline Trio and Blink-182’s Matt Skiba, are set to release their debut LP.

‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ comes out on July 31. The collaboration was started by Corrosion of Conformity’s Reed Mullin alongside guitarist Mick Murphy as well as producer John ‘Lou’ Lousteau, reports Consequence of Sound. 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, as well as many more.

Listen to ‘Hung Out To Dry’ from the 20 track album below. The song features Randy Blythe on vocals and Dave Grohl on bass. All of the instrumental parts for the songs were recorded at Grohl’s own studio in Northridge, California.

Meanwhile, the final line-up has been announced for this year’s BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, with Foo Fighters to headline the event alongside Muse. The BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend takes place in Norwich’s Earlham Park on May 23-24. Taylor Swift was previously announced while Florence + The Machine will also perform.

Muse have been confirmed as the Saturday headliners with Foo Fighters closing the Sunday leg of the festival. They will also be joined by Sam Smith, 5 Seconds of Summer, George Ezra, Alt J, Jamie T, Imagine Dragons, The Vaccines, Ben Howard, Fall Out Boy, Clean Bandit, Olly Murs, Rita Ora and David Guetta. Previously announced were Catfish and the Bottlemen and Years & Years, who recently achieved their first Number One single with ‘King’.

Foo Fighters recently released their ‘Songs From The Laundry Room’ ten-inch vinyl for Record Store Day 2015. They marked the occasion by playing a special gig at a record store in Ohio on Saturday (April 18).