Dave Grohl brings in Butch Vig, Krist Novoselic and Bob Mould for new Foo Fighters album

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Dave Grohl has reunited with his old Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic and Nevermind producer Butch Vig for the next Foo Fighters album, an album Grohl has described as ‘old school analogue.’ With Novoselic apparently handling bass on one track, Grohl is remaining tight lipped on the collaboration, so far only saying that Novoselic ‘came in the other night and played bass on a song.”

Not content to let the collaboration stop there, Grohl has also brought in legendary Husker Du frontman Bob Mould, the pair having recorded a song called ‘Dear Rosemary.’ Speaking of the song in a BBC Radio 1 interview Grohl described it as sounding like ‘if Hüsker Dü wrote a four or five minute hit opus and then the Foo Fighters played it.”

Speaking in general of the album Grohl described it as the band’s ‘heaviest yet,’ but at the moment no more details are available.

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