Grohl Says Underground Was Exposed In Early ’90s

Jason Bracelin of the Cleveland Scene spoke with Queens of the Stone Age drummer, frontman, and former drummer Dave Grohl who made light of his past, while talking about how things have changed since Nirvana. “Well, since the last time I changed rock history…,” Grohl begins in a faux pompous tone, before continuing with a chuckle, “I think that a lot has happened, where, all of a sudden, the underground was exposed in the early ’90s, and people were interested in finding new sounds, because it had gotten pretty stale. But after five or six years of the lead singer in the fu**in’ gas-attendant shirt, people wanted a little more adventure. People weren’t really challenging stuff, for a lot of different reasons.” has since removed the article.

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