Dave Grohl Would “Love” to Make Another Album with Them Crooked Vultures

Image Courtesy of Cliff Lipson/CBSSince they released their debut album in 2009, supergroup Them Crooked Vultures -- made up of Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl on drums, Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme on guitar and lead vocals, and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones on bass -- have been pretty quiet. However, if it were up to Grohl, that would change.

"I would love to make another [Them Crooked] Vultures record," he tells NME. "I think our biggest hurdle is just a logistic one, that the three of us are all pretty busy."

However, when it comes to Probot, Grohl's heavy metal project, he doesn't think he'll ever go back to that.

"I get asked to do another Probot record all the time, but I can't do it," he says. "Those were my favorite singers."

The lone Probot record came out in 2004 and featured guest vocalists including Lemmy from Motörhead, Cronos from the metal band Venom and actor/Tenacious D frontman Jack Black.

As for Grohl's current band, he's got his hands full. The fourth episode of the Foo Fighters documentary series, Sonic Highways, airs Friday, and the band will be releasing their new album of the same name on November 10.

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