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Sep 11, 2017

Foo Fighters' new album, Concrete and Gold, is due this Friday, September 15th. The band have not only been gearing up for its release, but have also been very active in collaborations, like the humorous Rick Astley pairing and the on-stage appearance of Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6R-XtdqVz_E


Concrete and Gold


Foo Fighters never gave in to their plans to take an indefinite hiatus back in 2016, and now Foo fans are waiting to embrace the 9th studio album from the band. The forthcoming album, Concrete and Gold, was actually expected to be Sonic Highways 2. This follows the band's 8th album, Sonic Highways, which was a involved lead-singer Dave Grohl traveling around the world, meeting with artists and musicians from various countries and then writing songs based on that experience. The band's 7th album, Wasting Light, was a garage rock album that was recorded in Grohl's garage. With distinct concepts behind the last two albums, perhaps Concrete and Gold will have one too. 


While recording the album, Grohl was also barbecuing for the recording studio every night – using it as an opportunity to connect with other artists. An article from NME explains that 'getting involved in the social aspect of the recording studio also contributed to multiple guest appearances on the record.' This means that we can expect other artists appearing on the tracks, possibly even some sausage inspired melodies. 


Foo Fighters Tour Dates 2017 & 2018


19 September 2017 - The O2 Arena, London, UK


7 October 2017 - Glen Helen Amphitheater, San Bernardino, CA, US


12 October 2017 - The Anthem, Washington, DC, US


14 October 2017 - Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA, US


15 October 2017 - (with The Struts) Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro, NC, US


17 October 2017- (with The Struts) Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, SC, US


18 October 2017 - Thompson-Boling Arena, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, US


20 October 2017 - US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH, US


21 October 2017 - Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY, US


23 October 2017 - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN, US


24 October 2017 - FedEx Forum, Memphis, TN, US


26 October 2017 - Legacy Arena at the Bjcc, Birmingham, AL, US


27-29 October 2017 - Voodoo Music & Arts Experience 2017, City Park, New Orleans, LA, US


7 November 2017 - Kohl Center, Madison, WI, US


11 November 2017 - Denny Sanford Premier Center, Sioux Falls, SD, US


15 November 2017 - BOK Center, Tulsa, OK, US


18-19 November 2017 - Festival Corona Capital 2017, Mexico City, Mexico


1 December 2017 - Save Mart Center, Fresno, CA, US


2 December 2017 - Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA, US


4 December 2017 - Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA, US


5 December 2017 - Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, OR, US


7 December 2017 - Arena at Ford Idaho Center, Nampa, ID, US


9 December 2017 - Metrapark Montana Pavilion, Billings, MT, US


10 December 2017 - Casper Events Center, Casper, WY, US


3 February 2018 - Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand


 


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