Foo Fighters Stories

Late Night Roundup | Foo Fighters with Alice Cooper, Thundercat, Fleet Foxes & More

Watch some of Tomorrows Verses favorite bands hit the promotional late-night television circuit. 1. Fleet Foxes on The Late Show with Stephen ColbertHaving released one of the best albums of 2017, Seattle progressive-folk pioneers Fleet Foxes continue a lengthy tour and stopped by Colberts show to promote Crack-Up. The band brought a gorgeous rendition of Fools Errand,...

Friday Album Reviews | 11 New Records You Need To Know

Foo Fighters Concrete & GoldDave Grohl and the Foo Fighters seem to be back with a vengeance, their newest record containing an energy that hasnt been seen from the alternative rockers in a long time. Almost entirely upbeat, the songs range from bombastic arena-rock tracks to grunge to punk. Its everything fans could want from...

Recap / Videos / Setlist | Foo Fighters @ Metro 8/4/17

Foo Fighters announced a surprise performance at the Metro a day before the show, using a cryptic message to the hint at the upcoming announcement.Sure, seeing Foo Fighters in an 1,100 capacity space during Lollapalooza weekend sounds epic, but its the bands performance that truly did it.Dave Grohl and his band performed an incredible...

Watch Foo Fighters Debut Three New Songs Live In Iceland

During a performance at the Secret Solstice Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland, Foo Fighters performed three new songs for the first time.Video from the performance shows Grohl announcing, We only have 22 minutes left, but I want to play you all the new fucking songs, and asking the band which they should play. The band quickly...

10 New Songs You Need To Hear | Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Radiohead & More

Its been a crazy week for new music, but Tomorrows Verse has you covered. Here are 10 brand new songs we have in heavy rotation.1. Arcade Fire Everything NowWith a new album coming in July, Arcade Fire has begun a hype-heavy promotional process leading to this video for the first single, Everything Now. The song was...

Sammy Hagar & Friends Offers Acoustic Weir & Friends Set, New Foo Fighters Tune

[instagram id="BUKQri_hfmQ"]James Hetfield (currently on tour with Metallica) and Sammy Hagar have been hosting Acoustic-4-A-Cure shows for several years, and the fourth edition was hosted at San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium on Monday.With Hetfield away, Hagar started things off before inviting his friend and frequent Bay Area collaborator Bob Weir to...

Album Reviews | November 2015 Releases

Lettuce- Crush [11/4]Funk group Lettuce has become a staple in the festival and jam-band circuits, developing a brand of funk thats both modern and classic. Above all else, the bands music is good fun, as all good funk should be. Crush, the bands fourth studio release, is intended to capture the bands live energy, featuring...

Foo Fighters Release Unannounced "Saint Cecilia EP"

The always prolific Foo Fighters have released a free, surprise EP titledSaint Cecilia.Featuring five new songs, the album was recorded at Saint Cecilia Hotel in Austin, Texasin October, presumably while the band performed as headlinersat Austin City Limits.The songs all feature the classic Foo Fighters sound, with aguitar-heavy focus andinfectious vocal melodies throughout....

Setlist / Video / Recap | Foo Fighters @ Wrigley Field 8/29/15

By: Alex WoodFoo Fighters performed at a sold-out Wrigley Field on Saturday, delivering a massive set list combining covers, newer material and classics.With aftermarket tickets starting around $200, its safe to say that Chicago was excited for the bands return. And with a carefully designed 24-song set list, Dave Grohl and his band seemed equally...

Album Reviews | November 2014 Releases

For November, weve got 13 capsule reviews from Alex Wood. A key track from each release is included in the embedded Spotify playlist at the bottom of the page.Neil Young- Storytone [11/4]Recorded live with a full orchestra, Storytone is yet another odd project by the endlessly productive Neil Young. The orchestral backing is lush, adding...