New album is aptly called 'Nothing Left To Lose' as ex-No Use For A Name axeman joins...
Foo Fighters release their third album, ‘Nothing Left To Lose’, their first as a three-piece, on November 1 through RCA/Roswell.
The follow-up to 1997’s ‘The Colour And The Shape’, it was recorded in lead Foo Dave Grohl‘s basement in Virginia with Soundgarden producer Adam Kasper. ‘Nothing Left To Lose’ will be preceded by a new single, ‘Learn To Fly’, on October 18.
Foo Fighters have now replaced Franz Stahl, who left in July, the third member to leave in two years with San Franciscan Chris Shiflett, formerly of No Use For A Name and 22 Jacks.
Dave Grohl said: “We held open auditions for 35 people and Chris was the best guitarist and best singer out of the whole lot. Plus he seemed genuinely excited and fit in with the rest of us so well. Hopefully he’ll be able to withstand our rigorous hazing process and earn his promotion to full-time band member.”
The Foos kick of their US tour in Providence on September 12.