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Randy Blythe teams up with Dave Grohl for song

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 12:03 PM PT

In a new interview with Radio.com, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe provided some details regarding his participation in the supergroup, Teenage Time Killer, which also boasts involvement from Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Neil Fallon (Clutch), and Jello Biafra, among many others.

Blythe described the song he's featured on as "real punk rock." Titled "Hung Out To Dry," the track includes Blythe along with Dave Grohl and Reed Mullin (Corrosion of Conformity). Blythe commented:

"It's recorded at Dave Grohl's studio. Dave, a wonderful man, is the nicest guy in rock and roll, hands down. And an old school punk rocker: he was in Scream briefly. Reed started playing all these tracks, and Dave played bass and guitar on them. On the track that I'm on, it's me, Reed and Dave Grohl. All the sudden, there's all these people, all mixed in with the project."

Blythe also expressed interest in touring to support the album, but admitted that it will come down to money: "Dave Grohl can do that: I don't think Reed can take us all on the road!"

You can read the full piece here.

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