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The Foo Fighters are back. With "Concrete And Gold", the rock icons present their new, now ninth album in 2017 and the follow-up to their "Saint Cecilia" EP, which was released in 2015.
It's also the first album to feature session and touring keyboardist Rami Jaffee as a permanent member of the band.
As a producer for their new album, the band chose Greg Kurstin, whom Grohl got to know and appreciate a few years ago as a member of the indie band The Bird and the Bee. Over the years, Kurstin has become an absolute star producer, sitting behind the mixing desk for artists such as Adele, P!NK and Take That, and now also for the Foo Fighters in the famous EastWest studio in Hollywood.
Despite his poppy past and heavy rock debut, Kurstin and the band have managed to give "Concrete And Gold" an all-around fat sound based on high riff density, big melodies and thoughtful arrangements. Not without reason the band already called the new album a Motörhead version of "Sgt. Pepper".
How this sounds, the Foo Fighters already revealed in June with the first single "Run", which lets expect a lot from the other ten tracks on "Concrete And Gold".