Just when you think Dave Grohl and the boys couldn't possibly find a new way to surprise fans or complete another high-concept project, they do both.
Foo Fighters have canceled the remaining dates in their European tour following the attacks in Paris on Friday, Nov. 13.
Although the influential emo outfit broke up in the middle of recording their second album, Sub Pop gave it an all-pink cover and released it as 'LP2.'
Foo Fighters played a show in Cesena, Italy, after 1,000 fans made a video performing “Learn to Fly” to convince the band to come and play in their town.
Just as we were pondering what the mysterious countdown on Foo Fighters' website could mean, the band has updated their homepage again.
“I think there is going to be a 'Sonic Highways II,'” Vig said. “If it happens, it’ll probably happen next summer.”
Foo Fighters have added a mysterious countdown to their website, and it has fans speculating what might happen when time runs out on Nov. 23.
Foo Fighters have confirmed their plans for a show in the Northern Italy city following the viral video that found 1,000 fans playing "Learn to Fly" in unison.
For their final U.S. tour date, Foo Fighters made sure to bring out one last special guest: RATT drummer Bobby Blotzer.
Dave Grohl revealed the Foo Fighters have recorded five new songs during their set at Austin City Limits.