Foo Fighters sped up making new album – because recording studio was ‘haunted’

Foo Fighters made their new album in double quick time – after discovering the recording studio was haunted.

Guitarist Dave Grohl, 51, said they had no idea the California house they had picked to lay down the tracks was patrolled by a poltergeist.

Guitars would be de-tuned overnight, settings on the studio soundboard switched back to zero and songs they had recorded went missing.

Some tracks featured weird “open mic” noises.

The Foos – who have won four Grammy awards – set up a monitor to try and catch the spook in action.

But they cannot reveal the details of what it captured because the building owner made Dave sign a non-disclosure agreement.

“We started to see things on the nest cam that we couldn't explain,” Grohl told MOJO magazine.

“Then we found out about the history of the house. I had to sign non-disclosure agreement with the landlord because he's trying to sell the place.

“These multiple occurrences over a short period of time made us finish the album as quickly as possible.”

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