Foo FightersJust hours before another surprise club performance, this time at The Black Cat in Washington, D.C., Foo Fighters have unveiled another new track – “The Feast and The Famine” – from their upcoming album Sonic Highways. A few days ago the band premiered a lyric video for “Something From Nothing”, the first official single from the album. The disc is due out on November 10 via RCA Records, and is a cornerstone of our Fall Albums Preview. Last week, the band has been holding court on The Late Show with David Letterman for a week-long residency. Highlights of the week so far include collaborative performances with Zac Brown and Heart. Frontman Dave Grohl will be returning to D.C. shortly on Veteran’s Day (November 11) to perform at the first-ever Concert For Valor along with Metallica, Bruce Springsteen, The Black Keys, Zac Brown Band, and more

In addition to CD and MP3, Foo Fighters’ new album will be released on special edition 180g vinyl in anFoo Fighters new album assortment of nine different gatefold covers including eight different themes; one for each of the cities in which the album was recorded: Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. All the covers can be viewed in the gallery below. The vinyls will be made available in a variety of bundles, including a grand package of a Sonic Highways vinyl, CD, flag, t-shirt, and puzzle all in a beautiful wooden box. Foo Fighters are set to headline Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas on October 26 and Voodoo Experience in New Orleans on October 31. In 2015, the band will embark on a tour kicks off on January 15 in Santiago, Chile and wraps up on January 31 in Bogotá, Colombia. A new episode of the band’s HBO original series Sonic Highways premieres tonight at 11pm EST. – by Matt Bishop


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