Dave Grohl Says Recording Sessions For New Album Were Plagued By Ghosts

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Foo Fighters say ghosts disrupted recording sessions for their upcoming 10th album.

"When we walked into the house in Encino, I knew the vibes were definitely off but the sound was fucking on," Foo Fighters founder Dave Grohl told NME, referring to a 1940s house in Encino, California.

Grohl explained in detail about the band members' experience.

"We started working there and it wasn't long before things started happening. We would come back to the studio the next day and all of the guitars would be detuned. Or the setting we'd put on the board, all of them had gone back to zero. We would open up a Pro Tools session and tracks would be missing," Grohl said.

He added, "There were some tracks that were put on there that we didn't put on there. But just like weird open mic noises. Nobody playing an instrument or anything like that, just an open mic recording a room. And we'd f**king zero in on sounds within that. And we didn't hear any voices or anything really decipherable. But something was happening."

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