Foo Fighters have just unveiled another new track from their upcoming 'Sonic Highways' album. Recorded at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, Va,. and inspired by the iconic D.C. hardcore punk scene, Foo Fighters turn up the aggression with 'The Feast and the Famine.'

The band travelled to eight musically rich U.S. cities to create eight new songs for 'Sonic Highways,' but 'The Feast and the Famine' is extra special, as Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl started his career in music while growing up in Virginia / Washington D.C.

Last week, Foo Fighters unleashed the single 'Something From Nothing' just in time for the premiere of their 'Sonic Highways' HBO series. The band also jammed the new track during their week-long residency at the 'Late Show With David Letterman.'

Tonight's episode of 'Sonic Highways' will be focused around 'The Feast and the Famine' and is set to feature hardcore pioneers Bad Brains and Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat / Fugazi).

Listen to 'The Feast and the Famine' above and be sure to catch HBO's 'Sonic Highways' tonight (Oct. 24) at 11pm. Meanwhile, the album 'Sonic Highway' arrives on Nov. 10.

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