Taylor Hawkins has a full plate this year. The drummer is currently promoting the self-titled debut disc from his new band, The Birds of Satan, while also balancing the recording of the next Foo Fighters album. Hawkins took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to talk about The Birds of Satan and the current Foo Fighters status with 'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie. Check out the chat below.
Ask and ye shall receive! A little over a year ago this time Nikki Sixx shared his desire to record music with Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and now it appears as though Hawkins got word and will actually turn up on the next Sixx: A.M. album.
Foo Fighters may still be working toward a new record, but drummer Taylor Hawkins is keeping busy with his new band The Birds of Satan. The group will release its self-titled debut disc next Tuesday (April 15), but potential fans can check it out a full week before its release.
Foo Fighters have been rather secretive concerning their new album, but we know they are currently working on it and hoping for something later this year. Drummer Taylor Hawkins shed a little more light on the process in an interview with Detroit's 101 WRIF-FM.
As Foo Fighters fans anxiously await the band's next album, drummer Taylor Hawkins is keeping busy with another side project band. He's formed the Birds of Satan with bassist Wile Hodgden and guitarist Mick Murphy, who are also in his cover band Chevy Metal. Their self-titled debut album will be released April 15. Watch a trailer for the album below.
Thirty Seconds To Mars recently won a 2013 MTV Video Music Award for ‘Best Rock Video’ for their song 'Up in the Air' but unfortunately fans only tuning in to the actual broadcast of the ceremony would never have known because the band’s acceptance of the coveted moonman trophy only aired on the pre-show.
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