Taylor Hawkins' Birds of Satan Go Full Scuzz for 'Thanks for the Line'

Hear the first song from the Foo Fighters drummer's new band

The Birds of Satan Taylor Hawkins 'Thanks for the Line' Stream
Taylor Hawkins is like, "Thanks for the line, but no thanks." Photo by Getty Images
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Chris Martins

With a name like theirs, the Birds of Satan should need no introduction, but the fledgling band is only just spreading its wings. Led by Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins (he of the no shirts and the blonde locks), the group has let loose the first full song from their April 15 eponymous album. "Thanks for the Line" is a scuzzy '70s classic rock track with the sort of chug that'd fit in just fine on a Queens of the Stone Age or Eagles of Death Metal album. Stream it below, and review the full info for the album, which includes appearances from Dave Grohl and Pat Smear. Pre-orders are currently available through iTunes and come with an instant download of this monster jam:

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