Seventh Foo Fighters album out on April 12th
Foo Fighters are returning this April with their currently untitled seventh album. The band have also released another snippet from the album at Foo Fighters.fm (101.5 on the tuner) In a very old school way, this album has been recorded entirely on analog tape in Dave Grohl’s garage. The album is also being produced by Butch Vig, who first worked with Grohl back when he was drummer for Nirvana. Speaking of Nirvana, bassist and co-founder Krist Novoselic will reuinite with Grohl on the album track “I Should Have Known.” The album can be pre-ordered on Amazon now and the band will be going on tour later this year.
Admittedly, Foo Fighters’ sound hasn’t really evolved since their debut album, but they usually provide consistently decent vanilla rock music. Grohl claims this album is the “heaviest yet” and the method of the album being recorded is interesting on its own, so it’ll probably be worth giving it a try when it’s released in April.