Foo Fighters Post New Album Update: 'It's F--king On!'

artist: Foo Fighters date: 01/20/2014 category: upcoming releases
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Foo Fighters Post New Album Update: 'It's F--king On!'
With a long-awaited announcement confirming the new album recording, Foo Fighters have made it crystal clear that their eighth studio record is "f--king on!"

In an Instagram post, the band unveiled a photo of five master tape reels from the upcoming album, so far only labeled as "LP 8." The photo was accompanied with a brief "It's f--king on!" note, full details below.

In related news, demo tape of Dave Grohl's childhood band Dain Bramage has surfaced, giving fans a unique insight on the frontman's early days. Featuring eight tunes, you can stream the record below via Antiquiet.

Back in September, Grohl actually tweeted the trio's fresh photo, simply titled "Dain Bramage 2013." The band itself was active for two years, releasing two mildly popular demos and an LP titled "I Scream Not Coming Down." Apart from Dave on drums, the band included singer Reuben Radding and bassist Dave Smith.

You excited about the new album or what? And how about that demo tape - have you checked out that Grand Funk Railroad cover?
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