New Foo!!

Grohl Looks Ahead To Next Foos Album
With the long-festering self-titled debut from his metal-worshipping Probot project finally out in stores, Dave Grohl is looking ahead to the next Foo Fighters album. “We’ve got a couple of songs,” he tells Billboard. “The thing is, we always get excited to make a new record, because it means we’ll go back out on the road and have a good time for a year-and-a-half.”
Unlike past albums that have been recorded in Grohl’s Virginia basement, he says the upcoming RCA set will be captured in more upscale accommodations. “We’re going to make the best balls-out record we’ve ever made, and we’re going to make it in a studio. We’re not used to studios, only basements.”
The album will be the follow-up to 2002’s “One by One,” which debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.05 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. It was named best rock album earlier this month at the 46th Grammy Awards.
“It doesn’t really even matter that you win,” Grohl told Billboard in January. “It’s just the fact that you’ve been nominated. I’ve got enough of these things. Spread the love. Winning is great, but it’s just being there. I fly my family in, we go to the parties afterward. It’s really about being recognized that we worked hard on this thing.”
For now, two members of the group are focusing on other projects. Bassist Nate Mendel is touring with two ex-Sunny Day Real Estate mates in the Fire Theft through April 17 in Los Angeles, while guitarist Chris Shifflet is on the road with Jackson United through March 8 in Anaheim, Calif.