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- Posted on Mar 24th 2010 10:00AM by John D. Luerssen
With an arsenal of material that the Foos wrote during its last tour waiting to be explored, Grohl is stoked get into the studio with Butch Vig, the Garbage drummer and producer that he first worked with on Nirvana's 1991 landmark album, 'Nevermind.' The band reportedly has "30 or 40 ideas" to work with.
"It's the first album the two of us have made together in 20 years," Grohl said of VIg. "There's something that Butch does that helps a song become a bigger song. At this point, I just want to rock."
Grohl says that the mandolins and pianos that were audible on his band's last two discs will be put aside this time. Dave also reveals that the band is planning on working with analog equipment this time out after using ProTools and other computer programs, as he wants to recreate the feel of their third album, 'There Is Nothing Left to Lose,' which was recorded in his basement.