Dave Grohl says grunge music is alive and well, contrary to what many music fans may think.
He made the comment during a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), which is effectively a Q&A session on a public forum. He was promoting the new Sound City documentary, which appeared at the Sundance Film Festival and discusses the life and should of original analog recordings.
When asked if he thinks grunge will ever make a comeback, Grohl said:
"If you mean loud a-s guitars, loud a-s drums, and screaming a-s vocals? That never went away ding dong."
During the AMA, he also said that he wouldn't be touring with Queens Of The Stone Age despite recording drums for their long-awaited new album.
Meanwhile, UK Grohl fans have the opportunity to see his Sound City film at select cinemas on February 18. You can see a full list of participating theaters on the Vue site.
Grohl will attend the UK premiere in person in London.
Do you think grunge is alive and well, or does Grohl simply mean the spirit of live 90s rock lives on? Share your opinion in the comments.