The Lodge's Emily Lazar & Joe LaPorta Master "Massive" New Foo Fighters Album!

(Pictured from left to right): Top Row: Joe LaPorta, Butch Vig, Pat Smear, James Brown, Chris Shiflett, Taylor Hawkins. Bottom Row: Nate Mendel, Emily Lazar, Dave Grohl.

2011 is here and the champagne is still flowing as The Foo Fighters toast the completion of their 7th studio album at The Lodge.  The band attended the session with legendary producer Butch Vig & engineer James Brown.

Co-mastered by Chief Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar and Mastering Engineer Joe LaPorta, the new album is heralded as their heaviest album to date.  It also marks Grohl and Vig's first reunion since Nirvana's "Nevermind" in 1991.  Recorded & mixed entirely to analog tape, the album features guest appearances by Bob Mould of Hüsker Dü and reunites Grohl with the remaining Nirvana band members Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear. In an interview with MTV news posted online yesterday, Dave Grohl explained, "There's 11 songs and, front to back, there's not one sleepy ballad. The fact that we did it without any computers, it was just really simple. It just sounds massive."

Dave Grohl tweeted & revealed to his fans a 10 sec video snippet of the track "White Limo" (click here)-- and check out The Lodge's oscilloscope rockin' out to the onslaught!

NMEBillboard and Spin magazines also posted articles announcing the completion of the album.

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