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Dave Grohl Drums On New BL’AST! EP, Their First New Music In 20 Years

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BL’AST!, the Santa Cruz hardcore punk group that has been relatively inactive for the past couple decades, got back in the saddle today (Aug. 7) and released a new two-track EP, For Those Who’ve Graced The Fire!, which features Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl on drums. Listen to the title track and “The Pulse” below, via Rise Records.

Grohl previously teamed up with BL’AST! when he mixed their 2013 release BLOOD!, a remixed and remastered version of their 1987 album, It’s In My Blood. The band features core members Clifford Dinsmore, Mike Neider, Joey Castillo — also of Queens of the Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal — and Nick Oliveri — from Queens Of The Stone Age and Kyuss. The group is joined by Grohl and Black Flag bassist Chuck Dukowski.

Our friends at Loudwire spoke with Dinsmore last year about working with Grohl and the band’s future — check out the exclusive interview here.

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