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15 More Metal Collaborations That Ruled

Teenage Time Killers

Created by Corrosion of Conformity’s Reed Mullin and My Ruin’s Mick Murphy, Teenage Time Killers is both an ode to old school hardcore, complete with Rudimentary Peni homage, and a jaw dropping collective of metal and punk rock’s finest. The rooster of guest stars on their debut album includes: Randy Blythe [Lamb of God], Corey Taylor [Slipknot], Dave Grohl [Foo Fighters], Neil Fallon [Clutch], Mike Williams [Eyehategod], Greg Anderson [Sunn O))], Jello Biafra [Dead Kennedys], Mike Dean [Corrosion of Conformity], Nick Oliveri [Kyuss/Queens of the Stone Age], Tony Foresta [Municipal Waste/Iron Reagan] and more!
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Killer Be Killed

Hands down, the super-est supergroup of the modern era. The brainchild of The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato and some guy named Max Cavalera [you might know him from Cavalera Conspiracy, Soulfly and uh…holy shit; Sepultura!], Killer Be Killed was supposed to be a stripped down studio project in the vein of Cavalera’s mid 90’s outfit, Nailbomb, but instead morphed into the star studded and continually evolving heavy metal juggernaut it is today. Troy Sanders of Mastodon fame and ex-The Mars Volta skinsman Dave Elitch rounded out the band’s rhythm section while recording their self-titled debut, but when the band decided to play a series of live shows in Australia, they recruited guitarist Juan Montoya [MonstrO, ex-Torche] and drummer Ben Koller [Mutoid Man, All Pigs Must Die, United Nations and uh…holy shit, Converge!] into the fold. The shows garnered a shit ton of buzz down under and now it seems like the band might just be forced to do a proper North American run…please?

What's your favorite metal collaboration? Who's the coolest…or weirdest, supergroup around? Let us know in the comments below!

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