Monday, November 23, 2015

USA: Foo Fighters released a mini-album dedicated to the victims of the attacks – Le Parisien

23 Nov. 2015, 4:44 p.m. | Update: 23 Nov. 2015, 4:44 p.m.

The group, formed after the death of Kurt Cobain and dissolution Nirvana offers “Saint Cecilia”, a series of free downloadable songs.
Unofficial Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, explained that this mini-album (which contains too many pieces to be considered as a single but not enough for an album) was originally intended as “a celebration of life and music”, supposed to mark the end of the tour group.
“Now there is new hope that even the smaller ways, maybe these songs can bring some light in this dark world at times, “wrote the founder of the group in a letter.
It is also “to remember the music that’s life and hope and healing go hand in hand with the song,” said the former Nirvana drummer. Dave
Grohl called the fans to make donations for victims of the November 13, claimed by the Islamic State group, who made 130 dead and over 300 injured.
Foo Fighters were to occur in Paris last week , one of the last scheduled dates of their world tour. But they gave up after the series of attacks that has notably concluded with the massacre of 89 people in the Bataclan concert hall, which occurred another American rock band, “Eagle of Death Metal”.
This group had previously collaborated with Dave Grohl.
“To all those who have been affected by the atrocities in Paris, relatives and friends, our hearts are with you and your families. We will come back and celebrate life and love with you again one day, with our music, “he adds

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