As the world falls to its feet in awe of the new Foo Fighters, and even I have to admit to loving the new song "Walk", Dave grohl has to open his big stupid mouth. ""There's some sort of nobility in being that band that can sell out a stadium, and then you make your record in a garage – like, to me, that's badass – and to tape. Because I'm sure most people would go and get the newest stuff and work in the nicest studio and spend a trillion dollars and just, like, try to make these computer hits.
"I like that we're a band that, when we play live, we don't have, like, computers and stuff behind us making half of what you're hearing."
He is so fucking self-satisfied and I don't see why. The man exudes complete arrogance shieled in a messed up sense of what constitues rock morality. If this is meant to be Nirvana redux, all I have to say is Cobain was even bertter than I gave him credit. "Negative Creep" is worth everything Foo Fighters have done COMBINED.
He is about as important as a roll of mentos.
Some clown put a video of Grohl's garage (I had put some pix of his mansion) claiming it proved it really was just a garage.
Take a look. Check out that console. See what you think.
But either way, Grohl has all the nobility of an overpayed rock star.
1. Foo Fighters suck live. I saw em open for the Stones years ago and they were the definition of wrecthed.
2. Grohl couldn't lick Cobain's boots as a songwriter. Though Grohl is absolutely a great drummer.
3. That superband? Terrible.
4. His Glee comments? Ridiculous?
5. His everyman stance a joke.
I have heard quite often what a great guy he is.
But I can't bear him.
The world's most overrated band. If this is your hero, change sides and embrace pure evil.
simultaneously self-effacing and egomaniacs
essentially a disco remix of “Rocket Man” featuring one of the the UK’s biggest stars…
“I literally really need you to jump up and down”
Friday night might kill us but Thursday evening is a blast
it just isn’t the triumph she needed after six years
an impressive sonic ride.
a high-spirited Post Pandemic anthem
a memorable band who were never better than here
almost Pink Floyd-esque