Now that Nirvana’s mini-reunion is out on the way, what’s next on Dave Grohl’s docket? A new Foo Fighters album.
Grohl has teased the album’s one-of-a-kind recording process for months now, leading to rumors that the band is recording in studios all across the country. In a new interview with Kerrang (via NME), producer Butch Vig confirmed as much, saying, “We’ve been recording at some different locations, but we’re almost halfway done with the recording and it’s going well. It sounds different – we’ve thrown a few things into the mix, in the recording process, that are going to give the record a different sound and a different feel. It’s been a challenge, but it’s also been exciting.”
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In recent months, the band has been spotted at Washington D.C.’s Inner Ear Studios, Chicago’s Electrical Audio Studios with Steve Albini, and Los Angeles’ 606 Studios with Vig.
The as-yet-unannounced LP serves as the follow-up to 2011’s Wasting Light.