The new Foo Fighters album will be released this November, it has been revealed, NME reports.
Earlier today new information was revealed about the as-yet-untitled record. Stating that the album is longer than anything they have previously released and may also feature horns for the first time, frontman Dave Grohl says, "Like, I couldn’t just write a three-and-a-half-minute long KROQ jingle and film it for the finale of an episode about the history of music in New Orleans, ya know? We really had to step up what we do. The music is a progression or an evolution for sure, but it’s a Foo Fighters record."
The new album was recorded in eight different studios in eight states across America. It will be accompanied by mini series "Sonic Highways," broadcast on HBO, which will document the recording progress. Grohl will operate as director on the project, following his "Sound City" documentary of 2013.
Opening up further about the "cinematic" sound of the album, Grohl continues: "You'll recognise Foo Fighters in this record but you'll also be surprised by us. We're doing things that we've never done before. Honestly, there are sections of songs that will really take you by surprise."
The ever-productive Grohl also disclosed the fact that he has already come up with a "f--king crazy" idea for the album after this one. "I already know what we’re doing for the next Foo Fighters record and that's even f--king crazier. I came up with this idea a month and a half ago. The guys were, like, 'Dude, we have to finish this first.' I know, f--k!"