February 11, 2004

Former NIRVANA/QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE drummer Dave Grohl has recorded a guest appearance on the track "Bad Boyfriend" for the forthcoming GARBAGE album, tentatively due later in the year, according to NME.com.

The collaboration also meant a reunion for Grohl and GARBAGE sticksman Butch Vig, who produced NIRVANA's legendary "Nevermind".

In a posting on GARBAGE's official web site, singer Shirley Manson said: "Dave Grohl (or Mr. Fantastic as our producer has taken to calling him) came by the studio today (January 6) and HAMMERED some drums down on 'Bad Boyfriend' and the result is fucking AWE-INSPIRING!!!!!"

She added: "OOoohhh....I am FINALLY having so much fun making this record. It feels like how you imagine making records would be. Exciting and creative and joyous. And we've just made so much progress in a week that I can actually imagine we might finish this damned thing after all!!!!"

Vig also said: "Just had Dave Grohl in to play drums on 'Bad Boyfriend' and it's absolutely slamming."

GARBAGE's as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2001's "Beautifulgarbage" is being described by Vig as "a lot noisier and darker, less poppy than the last album."

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