Earlier this month, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl partnered with Ratt frontman Stephen Pearcy and guitarist Warren DeMartini to record a song for a new project on which Grohl's working. While few details have been released about the project, Pearcy recently posted a note on his Facebook page saying that soon, all will be revealed. “Dave Grohl speaks on the new project that has been under wraps that Warren and myself are involved with (and many other artists) in the new Rolling Stone Jan. 19, 2012 issue,” writes Pearcy. “Check it out if you have a chance, we'll wait for Dave's camp to give the formal release.”
Pearcy added that there’s still more work for him and DeMartini to do on their collaboration with Grohl. “Dave brought an amazing song to Warren and myself to record,” writes Pearcy. “I wrote the first draft of lyrics and sang a rough vocal track. Warren laid down some basic guitar tracks, still lots to do. More TBA when it goes down.”
Other artists with whom Grohl has been collaborating on his new project include Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor , Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen .
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