The roadies of Slipknot, Deftones, Guns N' Roses and more created a supergroup called "Knifes".
The supergroup was formed when two roadies of Linkin Park decided to start writing their own music and jamming together.
Ben Young was the guitar tech for Linkin Park's Brad Delson, and Warren Johnson joined him on the drums.
Eventually, the pair worked for Fall Out Boy together, and recruited Pete Wentz's bass tech Brian Diaz for their new group, thus forming the trio.
Due to their positions as roadies, they were able to record music on top-of-the-line equipment.
"The Comedown", their first single, is now available for streaming.
"We were working with Linkin Park while they recorded One More Light and they had this room set up with like three different drum sets," Johnson told BBC. Linkin Park left the set-up unused for two weeks, which gave the Knifes enough time to record their first five songs.
The newly-formed superband has also worked for Slipknot, Deftones and Guns N' Roses. Their debut release "Proof of Concept" is scheduled to be released on October 2.