Dave Grohl just can't seem to sit still: He's set to embark on an insane national tour in 2015 in support of Sonic Highways, but it looks like he'll also be spending some time shredding or beating a drum to blithereens in a seriously metal supergroup.
Teenage Time Killer counts Grohl, Slipknot's Corey Taylor, Queens of the Stone Age's Nick Olivieri and Lamb of God's Randy Blythe as members of its metal outfit, and the project comes under the leadership of Corrosion of Conformity's Mike Dean and Reed Mullin. The supergroup took off when multiple artists from the punk and harder-rocking clutches of popular music voiced their interest in getting involved, and now Teenage Time Killer has gone and signed a record deal to make the project official.
The debut record will be released in 2015 via Rise Records, which counts the Acacia Strain, the Bouncing Souls, Hot Water Music and other like-minded punk and rock acts on its current roster. Teenage Time Killer convened at Grohl's own 606 Studio to lay down their first tracks.
Here's to seriously metal times ahead, but until we get our hands on new music, check out Teenage Time Killer's official roster courtesy of Kerrang.