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
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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.
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