Grohl, Blythe, Taylor, Oliveri and More Join Forces for Teenage Time Killer Project

Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin leading project, full details inside.

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Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin unveiled fresh details of his Teenage Time Killer project, confirming major guest appearances from the likes of Dave Grohl, Randy Blythe, Corey Taylor and more.

The drummer dropped the info during a recent "The Goddamn Dave Hill Show" appearance, also revealing former and current members of Queens of the Stone Age, Dead Kennedys, Prong and more among special guests. Previously confirmed musicians include Max Cavalera, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein and others, but it remains unknown whether the latter group still remains among contributors.

As PRP reports, Mullin also discussed Corrosion of Conformity, unveiling "Corinthians" as the new album's likely title. He also expressed the band's hope to reunite with former frontman Pepper Keenan, saying, "[We've] been talking to Pep about doing some reunion stuff with him, doing the four-piece thing, which would be fun. Fingers crossed."

Back to Teenage Time Killer, check out the full list of confirmed musicians below.

Randy Blythe (Lamb of God)
Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters)
Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour)
Neil Fallon (Clutch)
Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys)
Lee Ving (Fear)
Tommy Victor (Prong)
Nick Oliveri (Mondo Generator, ex-Queens Of The Stone Age/Kyuss)
Aaron Beam (Red Fang)
Pete Stahl (Scream, Goatsnake)
Greg Anderson (SUNN O))), Goatsnake)
Karl Agell (ex-Corrosion of Conformity)
Tairrie B Murphy (My Ruin)
Mick Murphy (My Ruin)
Vic Bondi (Articles Of Faith)Clifford Dinsmore (Bl'ast!)Pat Hoed (Brujeria)

Previously announced guests:

Max Cavalera (Soulfly, ex-Sepultura)
Tony Foresta (Municipal Waste, Iron Reagan)
Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein (The Misfits)Keith Morris (Black Flag)Phil Rind (Sacred Reich)

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    When the last album came out, all the talk was the next album would be with Pepper and be an album in the Deliverence vein. How did that get downgraded to "doing some reunion stuff"?
    "Drumer"? Really? Never mind "Previouesly". I know this isn't exactly the top story of the day, but a little proofreading would go a long way!
    The typos are silly but it's hard to believe they even get through with new-fangled inventions like spellcheckers and proofreading. My problem is more with the fact that the article doesn't mention exactly what the Teenage Time Killer "project" actually is. I thought it sounded like some sort of charity event but from reading the comments it's apparently an album.