Foo Fighters' recording method "that nobody has done before" might have been revealed, as the latest report strongly suggests that the band's new album will be recorded at 12 different locations around the planet.
Unveiled via Twitter by Foo Archive, the Billboard scan notes: "Sound cities? You can't keep 'Sound City' producer Dave Grohl away from classic studios. An insider tells Billboard that Grohl is scouting iconic studios in 12 cities to record the next Foo Fighters album. Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Seattle are definites."
The latest official announcement confirmed that the Foo guys have kicked off the recording process. Along with a photo of five master tapes, the group enthusiastically added: "It's f--king on!"
As for the unprecedented way of recording, Grohl told Sopitas last month that the band is "writing it in a way that nobody has done before. It won't be just going into a studio and making a record," he explained.
— FooArchive.com (@FooArchive) January 20, 2014
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