Bush Begin Work on New Album in Dave Grohl's Studio

Gavin Rossdale shares updates from Studio 606 in Northridge, California.

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Bush are recording their new album in Dave Grohl's Californian studio, NME reports.

The band last released an album in 2010, when they reunited for "The Sea of Memories." Tweets from both Bush and frontman Gavin Rossdale have revealed that the band are now working on a follow up at Grohl's Studio 606 in Northridge, California.

Grohl does not appear to be personally involved, with the band instead working with producer Nick Raskulinecz, best known for his work with Deftones, Foo Fighters and Alice in Chains. Bush recently debuted a handful of new songs while on tour in the US with titles including "This House Is on Fire" and "Loneliness Is a Killer."

Meanwhile, Grohl is also recording with reports suggesting that Foo Fighters are working on their next studio album in 12 different studios around the world.

Speaking about the album at the end of 2013, frontman Dave Grohl said: "We're doing something that nobody knows about, it's f--king rad. We begin recording soon, but we're doing it in a way that no-one's done before and we're writing the album in a way that I don't think has been done before."

In the studio w/ @TheGRAMMYs winner @Raskulinecz_McD (@deftones @foofighters @AliceInChains) http://t.co/SQpgMuW1P0 pic.twitter.com/Id9WsXkx6H

- BUSH (@bushofficial) March 26, 2014

the news is out!!! we're in the thick of it with nick r 5 more songs to sing. getting closer to the finish line. so happy to share!!

- GAVIN ROSSDALE (@GavinRossdale) March 26, 2014

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    nick raskulinecz known for his work with deftones, foo fighters and alice in chains OH AND ONLY A LITTLE CANADIAN BAND CALLED RUSH! ahem, but seriously good news bush are a great band, one of the first bands i listened to
    Mr. Baloonhands
    This is actually kinda funny considering back in the day there was some tension between Bush and the Foos, Dave even expressed how he really didn't like they're music
    Beat me to it.. Apparently in the 90s they would wear shirts that had derogatory comments directed at each other's band, don't know of any specific examples though
    Mr. Baloonhands
    yeah, Dave says he didn't like their music, he also supposedly said that Bush was only in it for the money and during a festival show, they wore Bush shirts where the "S" was a dollar sign and stood on the side of the stage to make Gavin uncomfortable. Another version of that story supposedly had the guys from Bush wearing those shirts and standing on the side of the stage to make Dave uncomfortable, but those specifics were never really explained all that well. Dave talks about it in an interview though
    Well, this article really has nothing to do with Dave Grohl or the Foo Fighters. UG just twisted it that way. Usually, an article just says "they're heading into the studio again." But since it's Dave Grohl's studio, we need to pay extra close attention and even put it in the headline.
    let's hope it's better than that mediocre comeback album. Sixteen Stone is my favorite Post-Grunge album of all time. I really hope these guys could make another equally amazing album.
    Bush are still going? wow, I wish them all the best for this album...their stuff like Sixteen Stone was pretty sweet. One of my childhood favs
    I loved Razor Blade Suitcase... I hope they do something in that line of work!!
    Wait, they JUST NOW hit the studio??? Wtf have they been doing for the last year??? I thought they cancelled some shows last summer to being recording the new album?!