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Supergroup unveils snippet of new song
Rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures have posted a teaser of their upcoming album on the internet.
John Paul Jones, Led Zeppelin's bass guitar player, completes the line-up of the band, who performed their debut gig in the US earlier this week.
Rolling Stone described the 14-second snippet of the track, which is called Nobody Loves Me And Neither Do, as "muscular rock".
The publication recently gave Them Crooked Vulture's first gig in Chicago the thumbs-up, praising the supergroup for sounding like "more than the sum of its parts".
Dave Grohl is no stranger to the drum kit, having made his name as drummer in Nirvana in the early 1990s, when he notched up hits including Smells Like Teen Spirit.
He has also recorded with Homme before on tracks such as the Queens of the Stone Age hit No One Knows.Posted on 13 Aug 2009 13:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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