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Foo Fighters have completed work on their 10th studio album, according to band leader Dave Grohl. Appearing on the "Bill Simmons Podcast," Grohl said that the material on the follow-up to 2017's Concrete And Gold spans his entire career.

He explained, "We just finished making a record. Some of those songs, the best ones happen in 45 minutes. Then there's other songs — there's a riff on the new record I've been working on for 25 years. The first time I demoed it was in my basement in Seattle."

Grohl also confirmed that he is working on a new documentary focused on van touring. He revealed, "I've interviewed everybody. The Beatles toured in a van, Guns N' Roses, Metallica, U2, everybody has had a van. There's something about that time, you wear it like a badge."

He continued, "The movie isn't so much about really awesome van tour andecdotes, it's more about the drive to do it. Why would anyone give up everything, quit their job, leave everything behind, just to chase this dream with no guarantee you're ever going to make it? And you starve, you bleed, you're sick, you're pissed, you get taken to jail and in fights, but you always make it to the next gig. Everyone has the same story, and it's absolutely the key to success."

Grohl did not indicate when the album would arrive or what it was called, but 2020 also marks the 25th anniversary of Foo Fighters' self-titled debut.