Band rumoured to be recording worldwide
Andrew Trendell
09:02 23rd January 2014

Foo Fighters are rumoured to be recording their new album in 12 different studios around the world. 

The band, who previously stated that their upcoming eighth LP would be made "in a way that no one’s ever done before", are now reported to be recording it in a variety of locations.

As fan site Foo Fighters archive have tweeted, Billboard report that the follow-up to 2011's Wasting Light would be made in 12 different cities - that definitely include Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Seattle:

Seattle was the home of Grohl's former band Nirvana, while Los Angeles is the location of of Sound City Studios - a place that has always fascinated Grohl, giving rise to the documentary he directed of the same name. 

At the end of 2013,Grohl spoke to Rolling Stone magazine about the new album saying: "We're doing something that nobody knows about, it's fucking rad. We begin recording soon."

The band recently posted the following image on their Instagram page, stating that the record was progressing well and that it was 'fucking on': 

Foo Fighters made their live comeback in Mexico and with a surprise gig at a US pizza restaurant last month. They're set for a special show during Super Bowl week and are rumoured to be hitting the UK festival scene this summer. 

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