All-star albums are cool, but one of the drawbacks would be trying to replicate the experience live as it can be a logistical nightmare trying to pull in all of the special guests to one location. But for Teenage Time Killers fans in Los Angeles, there's a very special show on the horizon.

For those unfamiliar, Teenage Time Killers came from the minds of Corrosion of Conformity's Reed Mullin, producer John "Lou" Lousteau and My Ruin's Mick Murphy and evolved into quite the star-studded production. Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor and Randy Blythe were among the rock heavyweights taking part in the sessions and lending their talents to the Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 album.

As for the performance, Los Angeles-area fans can circle Sept. 12 on the calendar and look for the band turning up at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. A poster for the concert reveals those that are expected to play, and while Lamb of God's Randy Blythe and Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor are billed on the poster, Grohl, tied up with Foo Fighters touring, is not. However, though Grohl will be in Washington with Foo Fighters, the band's website still promoted the Teenage Time Killers gig as a show of support.

Other artists joining Mullin, Murphy, Blythe and Taylor include Clutch's Neil Fallon, Fear's Lee Ving, Prong's Tommy Victor, Articles of Faith's Vic Bondi, Sacred Reich's Phil Rind, Red Fang's Aaron Beam, Municipal Waste's Tony Foresta, Bl'ast!'s Clifford Dinsmore, My Ruin's Tairrie B. Murphy, The Ghost of Saturday Night's Jonny Weber, Goatsnake and Sunn O's Greg Anderson, Brujeria and Nip Drivers' Pat "Atom Bomb" Hoed, Corrosion of Conformity's Karl Agell and Chaotic Justice's Trenton Rogers.

Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday (Aug. 14) at 10AM PT, however, there is a pre-sale that starts today (Aug. 13) at 10AM PT. Doors will open a 8PM and the show starts at 9PM.

Teenage Time Killers' Los Angeles Concert Poster

Courtesy of Teenage Time Killers

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