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David Grohl reunites with old friends for the next Foo Fighters album

David Grohl is excited about the next Foo Fighters record.  Several tracks have already been laid down on analog in David’s garage.  Grohl describes the album as their heaviest yet saying, “Each song is full on, the whole record is full on.  In the 14 songs, there's not one acoustic guitar.” David has reached back into his Nirvana past and invited some old friends to help out on the album.  Former band-mate Krist Novoselic lends his stellar bass playing on at least one track.  What is most exciting is that Wisconsin bred Butch Vig will be producing this album which will mark the first time these two powerhouses have worked together since the successful Nevermind.  Vig has spent much of his career here in Madison and even set up his own recording studio, Smart Studios, right on East Wash.  Sadly the studio closed in May of this year after playing host to a number of famous records including Nevermind itself.  Vig attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison to study film direction and founded and participated in many bands during his years here.  These include Spooners, Firetown and Garbage.  It will be interesting to see what these two seasoned rockers come up with together!

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Butch is a busy man. Shirley Manson recently leaked that Garbage has been recording tracks for a new album!!
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