Foo Fighters have officially announced "Sonic Highways" as the title of their upcoming eighth studio record, due out on November 10.
As for the cover, the previously-leaked artwork turned out as a legit one, but there's more to it than initially thought, as the album will be available with nine different cover arts.
So basically, there are eight cities to chose from, as well as the so-called "forever" artwork. As reported, the album was recorded across eight cities around the US, hence each of the available covers celebrates one of the Foo's recording stops.
According to the official release, the nine-cover stint is a limited edition series, and the Foo Fighters store is the only place to get your hand on them. More info here.
Rounding up the full details, the band has also presented the track listing. Dave Grohl had previously noted that the record might turn out as one of the band's longest efforts, despite containing just eight tunes.
"Sonic Highways" will also be accompanied with a same-titled TV show, set for an October 17 premiere on HBO.
"Sonic Highways" Track Listing:
1. Something From Nothing
2. The Feast and the Famine
4. What Did I Do?/God as My Witness
6. In the Clear7. Subterranean8. I Am a River