Those of you looking forward to a new Foo Fighters album may be waiting some time, according to a new interview with Dave Grohl in Rhythm.
Referring to his multiple side-projects, Grohl told the drum magazine, “Those escape trap doors are important, because the longevity of the Foo Fighters is based on the theory that we don’t have to be doing this and we should never take it for granted."
“So when you see it get to the level that it did at Wembley [in 2008], the first thing I thought was not, ‘Gosh, we are the biggest, greatest band in the world,’ it was, ‘We have to stop this before it disappears.’”
Grohl also implies that fans should expect a "long break" before their next effort.
Check out this month’s Rhythm (on sale now) to find out more about Them Crooked Vultures, Foo Fighters and what it’s like to work with Josh Homme and John Paul Jones. Order your copy here.