Teenage Time Killer, the project we first reported about back in 2013 that features contributions from Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Slipknot's Corey Taylor and Lamb of God's Randy Blythe, has inked a deal with Rise Records to release an album in 2015.

The outfit is spearheaded by Corrosion of Conformity members Reed Mullin and Mike Dean, who have put together a huge list of big names for the project. In addition to the musicians mentioned above, former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri, Dead Kennedys legend Jello Biafra, Clutch frontman Neil Fallon and many more artists are attached to the Teenage Time Killer project.

In an interview with Indy Week in November, Mullin revealed that Teenage Time Killer had signed to Rise Records, and that Descendents member and noted producer Bill Stevenson was mastering the album, which was recorded in Grohl's Studio 606.

As far as touring, Mullin says, "Touring, I don't know. Dave Grohl’s folks -- his management and marketing people -- are going to help us do all that with the thing. We recorded about 98 percent of it at his studio. They were talking about—since there’s so many people from so many different bands -- maybe do something like 'Kimmel' and have three or four different singers come out at one time, like Jello and Lee Ving, maybe Randy from Lamb of God, something like that."

Stay tuned for more news on Teenage Time Killer as it develops. Check out studio footage of the project below.

Teenage Time Killer in Studio

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