FOO FIGHTERS Release Clip Of New Music, EP Title Hinted

November 20, 2015

According to The Pulse Of Radio, FOO FIGHTERS have released a brief studio clip of a new song from the band's upcoming EP, which will feature five new tracks recorded recently in Austin, Texas. A Reddit page dedicated to the band also hinted that the title of the EP may be "2nd Century A.D." The EP will be released through independent record stores on Record Store Day Black Friday (November 27).

The FOO FIGHTERS posted a countdown clock on its site earlier this month counting down to midnight on November 22, along with a series of cryptic photos, some of which were apparently taken at the Hotel St. Cecilia in Austin, Texas.

According to reports, Dave Grohl told the audience during the band's set at the Austin City Limits festival in October, "You know what I did last night... We recorded five fucking new songs in your beautiful city."

Grohl has long acknowledged Austin as one of his favorite places, and the city was featured in the first season of the FOOS' HBO series "Sonic Highways".

An unofficial track list for the EP includes the song titles "Iron Rooster", "Neverending Sigh", "Saint Cecilia", "Savior Breath" and "Sean".

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