Supergroup, Teenage Time Killers, To Release Debut Album

After months of speculation, Teenage Time Killers have released information regarding their debut album, Greatest Hits Vol 1, to be released on July 31st via Rise Records. The supergroup includes Reed Mullin, Mick Murphy, Jello Biafra, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear of Foo Fighters, Nick Oliveri, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour, Tommy Victor of Prong and Danzig, Lee Ving of Fear, Mike “IX” Williams of Eyehategod, Mullin’s Corrosion of Conformity band mates Mike Dean and Woody Weatherman, Karl Agell and many, many more.

The album consists of 20 mostly original tracks and a few covers of underground classics. You can find the album art and track listing below!

Track listing:
1) “Exploder”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring Pat Hoed (Bass), London May (Drums)

2) “Crowned by the Light of the Sun”
Vocals: Neil Fallon
Featuring Jim Rota (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

3) “Hung Out to Dry”
Vocals: Randy Blythe
Featuring Mike Schaefer (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

4) “Power Outage”
Vocals: Clifford Dinsmore
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

5) “Ode to Hannity”
Vocals: Jello Biafra
Featuring Mike Dean (Bass)

6) “Barrio”
Vocals: Matt Skiba
Featuring Brian Baker (Guitar)

7) “The Dead Hand”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring Woody Weatherman (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

8) “Egobomb”
Vocals: Corey Taylor
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

9) “Plank Walk”
Vocals: Pete Stahl
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

10) “Time to Die”
Vocals: Mike IX Williams
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar)

11) “Days of Degradation”
Vocals: Tommy Victor
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

12) “Clawhoof”
Vocals: Tairrie B. Murphy
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

13) “Big Money”
Vocals: Lee Ving
Featuring Pat Smear (Guitar & Bass), London May (Drums)

14) “Devil in this House”
Vocals: Karl Agell
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

15) “Say Goodnight to the Acolyte”
Vocals: Phil Rind
Featuring Jason Browning (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

16) “Ignorant People”
Vocals: Tony Foresta
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Nick Oliveri (Bass)

17) “Son of an Immigrant”
Vocals: Johnny Weber
Featuring Brian Baker (Guitar)

18) “Your Empty Soul”
Vocals: Aaron Beam

19) “Bleeding to Death”
Vocals: Vic Bondi
Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

20) “Teenage Time Killer”
Vocals: Trenton Rogers
Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Pat Hoed (Bass)

Interview With:: Dylan Lloyd

Dylan Llyod is an amazing singer/songwriter who released the
first of two new EP’s to come out this year entitled Aria just this past weekend! We sat down with Dylan to discuss his
newly released EP, his most memorable moment thus far, and his connection with
his incredible fans. This is going to be one hell of a year for Dylan Lloyd and
we can’t wait to see what he has in store next!

Check out our interview with him below!

Your first solo album
“The Vault” was released in December last year and entered very
highly in the iTunes chart. What do you think it is about your music that
receives such a great response from fans? What sets you a part from other
I think the reason the
fans are responding to my music so well is because I reach out to all of them
in an interpersonal way.  My “Fan
Love Fridays” honor them specifically, as well as my constant contact with
all of them personally through social media.
It keeps me involved in their lives more than in an “artist to
fan” level.  It keeps me involved in
their lives on a “family” level.
I consider my fans family, they support me and I support them.  "Artist to Fan" interaction is
something I’m trying to set the bar for, and in many ways I feel that I’m
achieving that, and it’s translating into the great reception I’ve been getting
for my music.

You’ve got two EPs
coming out this year starting off with “Aria” which just came out!
What can fans expect to hear off the new EP?
The “Aria”
EP has been my highest charting top 100 on iTunes, and it has been my longest
charting.  So it has officially become my
most successful project to date.  I
prepped fans to expect minimal production, and honest songwriting from me…not
to say that all of my songs aren’t “honest”, but these four songs are
different.  I wrote these songs during
the most difficult time of my life…So it became a mission to convey my state
of mind to the fans.  I needed them to
know and understand what I was going through…and I needed to have my message
relate to all of them.

You could consider
this EP to be acoustic, but there is no acoustic guitar on this EP.  Two songs have only electric guitar, and two
songs have only piano.  This EP to its
core, is a pure singer/songwriter project.
My favorite record on this project is “Let Go”, and is
seemingly the fans favorite as well.

Releasing two EPs in
one year is not something we see a lot. Is there any reason behind these two
Well the second EP
will be involving a talented friend of mine named Blaise Delfino and two very
talented girls who are a duo known as Niki and Gabi.  This EP will have similar elements
songwriting wise to “Aria”, but it will have more of a Pop
approach.  I think it will be something
just as refreshing as Aria was, and I think fans will digg it.

As of recently, fans
can now find your music over on Pandora. If you had to create your own playlist
of your top 5-10 songs, who would be on it and what would your playlist be
I am extremely excited
that I have a Pandora radio station now, it’s opening up so many doors for me
now that had not been open before.  If I
had to decide on my own playlist of 5-10 songs, it would definitely involve
artists such as Michael Jackson, Ben Folds, Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews, Elton
John, Peter Gabriel, Sting, and Tears For Fears.  The songs would be “In Your Eyes”,
“Brick”, “Aurora”, “Leave Me Alone”, “Why
Should I Cry For You”, “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”…to
name a few.

You’re a very gifted
songwriter. What tips or words of advice you can give to people who want to one
day be at your level?
Thank you for the
compliment I appreciate that very much!
My advice to aspiring songwriters, would be to write what you
feel…always.  No matter the format, no
matter how much experience you have, whatever you’re naturally coming up with
is the song you are meant to write.  Be
proud of the songs you write, and be confident in the songs you write, because
there will always be someone out there who will be impacted.

In your career so far
you’ve had some incredible opportunities. What was your most memorable moment
and what opportunities are you looking forward to this year?
My most memorable
moment by far was performing two nights on television in Ukraine to 150 million
people.  The television event was called
“Crimea Music Fest”, a multi-million dollar TV project that centered
around international competition between singers from all over the world.  I was the lone representative of the United
States, and to this day, am the only one in the competitions’ history.

Thanks for taking the
time to chat with us! Is there anything else you’d like to add?
I’d like to thank you
so much for this interview, and for helping me get my message across to more
people about my music.  This means the
world to me.

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Free Song Of The Day: Radio Black — ‘Run Away’ (Ft. Taylor Hawkins)

Here’s some more free music for you guys. Radio Black’s track, “Run Away,” is up for free download over on! By clicking the link above you can stream and download the song while also reading up on the background of the track!

Free Song Of The Day: Radio Black — ‘Run Away’ (Ft. Taylor Hawkins)

Interview With:: Chevonne & The Fuzz

We, over at Lucy Out Loud, absolutely love the Fire At Will EP you guys just released! One thing in particular that we are a fan of is the male/female dynamic you guys present, especially on Burn Out, which adds that little bit of extra to your sound. Was that intentional after the guys joined the band or did things just kind of happen?
Chris (vocals):  Thank you so much for the kind words about the record. We never get tired of hearing that and it really just means so much to know that the record hit its mark.  The male/female vocal dynamic just sort of happened and then we nurtured it to suit what we were doing. Chevonne and I sang together in a cover band a few years back, so we started to harmonize with each other then.  After Chevonnne became Chevonne and The Fuzz, we started to arrange songs with two vocals in mind. Burn Out was the first song we collectively wrote together as a band and was effectively the archetype for what was to come. We’re so glad you guys like it!!
Fire At Will was the product of a Kickstarter campaign, completely fan-funded. As a brand new band, although you’ve had previous experiences in the music industry, how did it feel when the Kickstarter hit its goal for Chevonne and The Fuzz?
Books (guitar):  I think I speak for all of us when I say that it was absolutely a feeling of overwhelming joy and gratitude. Having that many people believe in you and support what you’re doing is truly amazing. That’s what I like most about a campaign like Kickstarter…it’s based solely on the support of others that want to help you succeed.
How was the fan reaction after the EP was released?
Nick (keys):  The reactions that we got from the album were absolutely incredible. Anytime someone would tell me (or everyone else in the band) about what they thought of the album, their reactions were all the same – they couldn’t stop listening to it. Everyone said that the songs were super catchy even from the first listen, and that the music was familiar, and at the same time new and edgy. We were also told that we’ve definitely come up with our own sound, which is always a great thing to hear as a band. All in all, we haven’t really received any negative reaction to the record yet, and that’s pretty cool.
What I love so much about the EP is the use of such sassy, yet personal lyrics that the songs are composed of. Lyrically, which is your favorite song off the EP and why?
Chevonne (vocals):  Ahh!! That’s like having to choose my favorite child! (PS, thank you, you totally hit the nail on the head – my nickname was “Sassy” in high school!) I love Burn Out because Chris wrote the lyrics for it, and I’m just mindblowingly proud of him for merging his more poetic stuff with some really epic, hooky material in the choruses.  He killed it.  In terms of the lyrics I wrote, I’m proud of Heels for the sexy and shady wordplay, Your Guitar because I allowed myself to tell a true story and be vulnerable, and Babysitter for the sheer outrageous silliness of the narrative – but I still can’t pick a favorite!.  I know I have lots more to say as a songwriter and I look forward to growing with the band and stretching my writing muscles, but I’m super pleased with the way these songs came out.  The boys are wonderful editors too; I couldn’t do it without them!
Fire At Will has such a great mix of genres which is a little hard to come across now a days. Ugly Boy is one of my favorites for that very reason; it’s different from everything else. Individually, or collectively, what artists do you think influence the sound of Chevonne and The Fuzz?
Mike (bass):  First off, thank you for understanding and appreciating the diversity of the EP! We live in a playlist generation, so our approach wasn’t to write a traditional-sounding album, but rather to write a bunch of great sounding tunes…that all happen to have ended up on the same album. In terms of influencing the band’s sound as a whole, we’ll pull inspiration from No Doubt, Neon Trees, Foo Fighters and Paramore. All modern bands that have balanced that pop and rock formula in such an amazing way to just make it work. But the beautiful thing about C&TF is that you’ll never find yourself saying, "Oh they’re totally trying to be Paramore right now". I think that’s due to all of our influences individually. Try to explain how a rock/soul/R&B singer, a hardcore singer(at one point), a riff rock guitarist, a metal/hard rock bass player, a classically trained pianist, and a drummer who plays everything write a song like Ugly Boy or Babysitter. I present to you…Chevonne and The Fuzz!
You guys have said that “…more than a band; we’re a rock and roll outlaw family.” Who would you label as who in the family and why?
Mike:  For an “outlaw family” we get along surprisingly well. Starting up front we have Chevonne and Cree (that’s Chris’s nickname). I’d label them both as Mom and Dad. Chevonne is loving, selfless and makes sure everyone is taken care of. She looks after her family like a mama bear…meaning she’ll maul your face you if you mess with us. Cree, total dad. Cool, smart, just knows things that you didn’t know anyone knew. We look up to him for so many reasons and he’s always there to give advice. Unless the Knicks are on. Then he tells us to “talk to your mother”. I’d like to call Books the fun uncle. He’s the one you always look forward to seeing at family BBQs because instead of being too cool like the rest of the adults, he’s outside playing pranks with the kids and tossin a football around. Also his voice impressions have literally made me pee. Coolest uncle ever. Nick and I are the band children. And not children in the sense of maturity or lack there of. We have a lot of things to offer the family, cause we’re coming from a different and new school of thought. We also look up to everyone because they have experiences we can and have learned from. Also, every time I make something with finger paint they always put it on the fridge and Nick gets a gold star for every chore he does (I still have more stars). That being said, we can both be arrogant like kids as well. Nick is arrogant at times because of what he knows, I’m arrogant because I just straight up don’t give a shit about what people think. Teens…
What can we expect next from Chevonne and The Fuzz?
Chris:  We are playing MTK Tavern in Mt Kisco, NY on Nov 30th @ 10pm and then booking more shows in the area for December and 2014. Our new official website is coming out any day now! It will have all sorts of content in addition to merchandise, news, artwork, videos and photos of the band. There is also a music video in the works and we just look forward to playing a ton and supporting ‘Fire At Will’!
Thank you for your time! Anything else you’d like to add?
Chevonne:  We’re also starting a YouTube channel and planning to beef up our presence in social media this season.  We have so many big ideas exploding out of our crazy, overimaginative brains. We’re really excited to begin sharing our individual personalities and interests with our fans. It’s a great time for us. Thank you for letting us share it with you, Lucy Out Loud!!