First track off Dave Grohl's upcoming Sound City doco leaked earlier, has Corey Taylor on vocals, Grohl on drums and Rick Nielsen from Cheap Trick on guitar. Pretty good song...
Looking at this track list just makes me in anticipation
Sound City Track listing:
1."Heaven and All" – Robert Levon Been, Dave Grohl, and Peter Hayes
2."Time Slowing Down" – Tim Commerford, Chris Goss, Grohl, and Brad Wilk
3."You Can't Fix This" – Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffee, and Stevie Nicks
4."The Man That Never Was" – Grohl, Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, and Rick Springfield
5."Your Wife Is Calling" – Grohl, Hawkins, Alain Johannes, Smear, and Lee Ving
6."From Can to Can't" – Grohl, Rick Nielsen, Scott Reeder, and Corey Taylor
7."Centipede" – Goss, Grohl, Johannes, and Joshua Homme
8."A Trick with No Sleeve" – Grohl, Homme, and Johannes
9."Cut Me Some Slack" – Grohl, Paul McCartney, Novoselic, and Smear
10."Once Upon a Time...The End" – Jessy Greene, Grohl, Jaffee, and Jim Keltner
11."Mantra" – Grohl, Homme, and Trent Reznor
Black metal is all that matters. End of discussion.
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I'm especially into the new wave of black metal, with heavy post-rock/indie/screamo influences. Bands like Deafheaven Bosse-de-Nage, Tel Fyr, Anne (who aren't BM at all, more modern shoegaze, but so good I'm including them anyway), Eros + Massacre (way more screamo than anything else but still a BM influence) etc. If anyone would like to suggest more bands like that, I'd be into it.
Deafheaven/Bosse-de-Nage split turned up last week, very good. DH with a Mogwai cover (two, technically- Punk Rock/Cody) and one of the best B-d-N songs on first listen. Check it out.
Empros turned up today on vinyl, finally.
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Thats a rather fantastic list of musicians on Grohls album there, Scott Reeder, though I generally dont expect much from these types off all-star jams.
Brad Wilk is on there, hes also playing drums on the forthcoming new Black Sabbath reunion album, Brad Wilk is one letter away from being an anagram of Bill Ward, and l is next to k in the alphabet, weird huh?
I'd be interested in stuff he does with Homme mostly.
Only two BM albums really caught my ear last year
Dodsengal -Imperator, fucking epic, expansive, majestic album, 2+ hours long, never gets boring, still discovering new things in it.
Ride For Revenge -Under The Eye, not their best album but I just love this band, nothing particularly post or progressive about them,just grimey but atmospheric bad mood head nodding music, bass heavy,Wisdom Of The Few is the album to get.