The Foo Fighters recently finished recording their 10th studio album – and apparently had to deal with ghosts haunting the studio. In an interview with Mojo, frontman Dave Grohl said the album was recorded in a house in Encino, CA where “the vibes were definitely off”. He says they’d come in to find detuned guitars, board settings messed with, or even new tracks recorded with “weird open mic noises”. Grohl says they even installed baby monitors hoping to spot the ghosts on camera. While they didn’t find much, the spooky presence “made us finish the album as quickly as we could.”
— Loudwire (@Loudwire) March 23, 2020
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