Hot on the heels of releasing their ninth studio album Concrete and Gold, alt-metal favorites Foo Fighters are heading on a gigantic world tour! The album marries some of the bands most heavy riffs with harmonic complexities, courtesy of a first time team-up with producer Greg Kurstin.
Dave Grohl said he wanted it to be the biggest sounding Foo Fighters record ever! And with a big record, comes a big concert - experience it for yourself.
Founded as a solo project by ex-Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl in the months following the death of Kurt Curbain, these guys play hard, fast alt-metal rock without ever falling into its heavier counterpart. Enduring through the sheer strength of their back catalogue, coupled with sheer hard work recording innovative new albums (such as Wasting Light ) and long touring sprees, it is no wonder that they managed to escape the early 2000s purge of alt-rock bands that shone bright but burnt out fast.
Described as 'Motorhead's version meets Sgt.Pepper', new record Concrete and Gold dials back into the band's heavier side, such as on the lead single 'Run.'
Performance date: 10 October 2018
18 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)
Hands down the best concert I have ever seen. Dave Grohl took you through... more
I've been going to shows for 45 years in Nashville and this show was right... more
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