FOO FIGHTERS Unveil Third 'Sonic Highways' Track, 'Congregation'
It's Friday (October 31), which means it's time for your weekly FOO FIGHTERS track. This time the song is "Congregation", which was recorded at Nashville's Southern Ground studio with assistance from Zac Brown of the ZAC BROWN BAND. According to The Pulse Of Radio, the making of the song and the musical history of the city in which it was recorded will form the basis of Friday night's third episode of "Sonic Highways", the eight-part HBO series documenting the creation of the new FOO FIGHTERS album.
Each installment of the Dave Grohl-directed series follows the band to a different city to record one song for the disc.
The first two episodes featured the recording of "Something From Nothing" in Chicago and "The Feast And The Famine" in Washington D.C.
The "Sonic Highways" album comes out November 10.
Meanwhile, Grohl might have been joking when he remarked in an interview with Studio Brussel that he's already thinking about how he wants to make the next FOO FIGHTERS album, saying, "Wait until you see what we're doing for the next record. That's some fucked up shit. I already know what we're doing for that, and it makes this look like fucking kindergarten."
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