Frontman Dave Grohl recently announced that the Foo Fighters plan to go back into the studio this September.
In an interview with BBC, the musician said the group has already started working on their seventh studio album as they have just recently begun writing new material.
"Foo Fighters have just started writing and we're going to start recording in September so life is full of music," said Grohl.
The announcement comes as a surprise as Grohl and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones and Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme hope to record their second album as Them Crooked Vultures by the end of the summer.
Grohl was interviewed while attending the Independent Spirit Awards in Los Angeles where he introduced the group Anvil to the stage before they were presented with the award for Best Documentary.
The guitarist/drummer said he was touched by the documentary that was directed by Sacha Gervasi as displayed their struggle to make a living in the music industry.
"I cried like 15 times," he said. "I was touched by that movie so profoundly as a musician. I grew up in suburban Virginia, I'm a high school drop-out, I worked in a furniture warehouse, I played in a punk rock band. There were never any career aspirations."
Find more of the interview with Grohl here.