Dave Grohl: Foo Fighters ‘Have Really Awesome Big Plans for the Next Album’
Foo Fighters may be on a break, but fans shouldn't fear about their future. First of all, relationships seem to still be intact with the band's members turning up at the musician's recent 'Sound City' concert to help him promote his documentary. And secondly, Dave Grohl himself says that he's got a plan in place for his return to the band.
Grohl tells MTV News, "I have the music for the next record and we're going to start working on it once we finish doing all this stuff. We have really awesome big plans for the next album and I'm really excited about it." That being said, the break will last a while longer as Grohl has been playing drums with Queens of the Stone Age and recently detoured into the studio to join up-and-coming band RDGLDGRN.
For RDGLDGRN, it was a matter of right place, right time. They tell NME that they met at the Sound City complex while Grohl was working on his documentary and they struck up a friendship. Speaking about Grohl's involvement in their currently-untitled debut album, they added, "[He] knocked out half our record like some kind of machine." The group has reportedly asked Grohl to tour with them later this year, but nothing is confirmed as of yet.
At present, the 'Sound City' documentary is Grohl's main concern. The film just debuted at Sundance with screenings scheduled for theaters across the country beginning Jan. 31. Grohl's Sound City Players will also play a Jan. 31 show at Los Angeles' Palladium in coordination with the screenings.
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