GENE SIMMONS To Guest On Next FOO FIGHTERS Album?

Despite the fact that they have just released their new album, "In Your Honor", FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl has told NME.com that the band are already considering their next move.

"We're so jazzed that we’re talking about the next album we're going to make," said Grohl. "The names of producers are getting really out there. The kind of album we want to make next time will surprise anyone, it should be interesting. We're already really excited to do it mainly because we felt so liberated by making the acoustic record — now the possibilities are endless. We're not afraid to do anything, whether it to say lets have fucking (jazz trumpeter) Herb Alpert or (KISS bassist) Gene Simmons on it, who fucking knows?"

"In Your Honor" has sold 638,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

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