Prior to joining now-legendary grunge band Nirvana, Dave Grohl rocked the drums in a Washington, D.C. hardcore punk group called Scream.
Grohl's first release with Scream, "No More Censorship," arrived in 1988, which means the album is turning 20.
In honor of that two-century mark, Scream is reissuing the album, and the set is being remixed at Grohl's 606 Studio in California. Look for the album to be available on CD and LP on April 27.
After releasing "No More Censorship," Scream made one more record, "Fumble," and disbanded in 1990. Grohl went on to become a rock icon in Nirvana and, later, Foo Fighters.
The guys of Foo Fighters have a new album out, "Concrete and Gold," and they're on the road for much of this year.
What do you think of Foo Fighters' "Concrete and Gold?" Is it up to par with "One by One" and "In Your Honor?"