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The Birds Of Satan appeared on Last Call With Carson Daly this week, playing “Wait Til Tomorrow” and “Nothing At All” in a session recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606.
You can watch videos of the performance of “Wait Til Tomorrow” here, and “Nothing At All” here.
The Birds Of Satan feature renowned musicians Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters fame, Mick Murphy of My Ruin, and Wiley Hodgden of Chevy Metal. Their eponymous debut album was released earlier this year and garnered a 5/5 review from Skin Back Alley, which you can read here.
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard that Mick Murphy of My Ruin and Reed Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity fame have been working on a collaborative project titled Teenage Time Killers.
Further details have emerged over the past week, and the list of collaborators grows ever more intriguing.
In a recent interview with The Goddamn Dave Hill Show, Mullin revealed the names of an extensive group of artists who have made contributions to the album. They include:
Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe
Foo Fighter’s Dave Grohl
Slipknot and Stone Sour’s Corey Taylor
Clutch’s Neil Fallon
Dead Kennedys’ Jello Biafra
Fear’s Lee Ving
Prong’s Tommy Victor
Mondo Generator’s Nick Oliveri
Red Fang’s Aaron Beam
Scream and Goatsnake’s Pete Stahl
Sunn O)))) and Goatsnake’s Greg Anderson
Ex Corrosion of Conformity’s Karl Agell
My Ruin’s Tairrie B. Murphy
Articles of Faith’s Vic Bondi
Clifford Dinsmore of BL’AST!
Brujeria’s Pat Hoed
That extraordinary list adds to the impressive group already confirmed, including Soulfly’s Max Cavalera and Black Flag’s Keith Morris.
If that isn’t enough to whet your appetite, frankly we don’t know what is. Perhaps the fact that the instrumentation for the album has been recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 on the famous Sound City mixing board that was the subject of Grohl’s Sound City: Real to Reel documentary of last year? Right?!
It’s safe to say, we can’t wait for the project to see the light of day!