Supergroup featuring Dave Grohl, Nick Oliveri, Corey Taylor, Matt Skiba stream debut LP – listen

Teenage Time Killers to release 'Greatest Hits Vol. 1' next week

Teenage Time Killers, the supergroup featuring Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, former Queens Of The Stone Age member Nick Oliveri, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Alkaline Trio and Blink-182’s Matt Skiba, are streaming their debut LP ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ online.

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 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.

You can stream the album, which is officially released on July 31, at


The LP features 20 tracks, including a handful of deep-cut covers, including the Rudimentary Peni song that the band took their name from.

Instrumentals were tracked at Grohl’s 606 Studios in Northridge, California. He also played bass on 11 of the tracks.

Former Queens Of The Stone Age’s Nick Oliveri also plays bass on ‘Ignorant People’.

Corey Taylor provides the vocals on the track ‘Egobomb’ while Jello Biafra sings on comedian John Cleese’s poem ‘Ode To Hannity’.

Listen to ‘Hung Out To Dry’ from the 20-track album below. The song features Blythe on vocals and Grohl on bass.

The tracklisting for ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ is:

‘Crowned By The Light Of The Sun’
‘Hung Out To Dry’
‘Power Outage’
‘Ode To Hannity’
‘The Dead Hand’
‘Plank Walk’
‘Time To Die’
‘Days Of Degradation’
‘Big Money’
‘Devil In This House’
‘Say Goodnight To The Acolyte’
‘Ignorant People’
‘Son Of An Immigrant’
‘Your Empty Soul’
‘Bleeding To Death’
‘Teenage Time Killer’

Teenage Time Killers signed to Rise Records last year. Speaking about the project Mullin said it was first planned as a much shorter project but grew in size with the number of people who became involved. He added: “We had all these other folks that want to participate. It’s a very good mixture of old hardcore punk, punk and metal stuff … People are going to be pleasantly surprised. It’s pretty cool.”