Them Crooked Vultures Didn’t Approach Record With A Sound In Mind

Them Crooked Vultures

Josh Homme, Dave Grohl and John Paul Jones of drop by the Edge studios to chat with Bookie ahead of their headlining show in Toronto. The guys talked about their love for the city, how the show has extended from their last stretch of shows last year, how John felt performing again at Royal Albert Hall, Josh’s belief that there is an album worth of music in each Meatloaf song, and the mindset going into making the album.

“I think that when we were in the studio making the record, we weren’t really concerned with anything but making the record,” Grohl explained. “We didn’t think of it in terms of like retro, or future sailors or whatever. It was more about the room that day and the now. The three of us when we would get together and play, we each do what we do, but in our own weird way we can each do kind of almost anything, but in our own way. We’ll fool around, if you put John and I in a room, will sort of just start playing grooves and it might sound like old funk, or it might get weird.”

Watch the interview via YouTube below.


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