Published Dec 17, 2014The launch of Corrosion of Conformity members Reed Mullin and Mike Dean's guests-loaded debut as Teenage Time Killers may be just around the corner, as the act have apparently signed to Portland punk label Rise Records.
While neither Rise nor Teenage Time Killers has confirmed the deal on their ends, Blabbermouth reports that the old-school hardcore-tinged project will deliver their album through the Pacific Northwest imprint. An exact time of arrival has yet to be cemented.
As previously reported, Mullin and Reed have been using their spare time to put together the punk side-project at Dave Grohl's Studio 606 and have brought aboard a series of notable punk and metal figures to help them out with the release. This includes Dave Grohl, Keith Morris, Jello Biafra, Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe, Slipknot's Corey Taylor, Clutch's Neil Fallon, Articles of Faith vocalist Nic Bondi, BL'AST's Clifford Dinsmore, Scream's Pete Stahl, Sunn 0)))'s Greg Anderson and more.
It had been reported that the sessions had yielded as many as 21 tracks, but it's unclear at present if they will all make the as-yet-untitled LP.
"Originally the idea was that we were going to do four or five songs," Mullin had previously said, explaining of how the scope of project expanded, "We had all these other folks that want to participate."
The band had premiered "The Dead Hand" earlier this spring on WFMU's The Goddamn Dave Hill Show. You can check out the track around the 52-minute mark in the player down below.