|Release date:||April 5, 2011 (USA - DVD)|
|Country of origin:||USA|
|Running time:||102 Mins|
|Production Company:||Spitfire Pictures|
Winner of the 2012 Best Long Form Video Grammy, Foo Fighters: Back and Forth, directed by Academy Award winner James Moll (Running the Sahara, The Last Days), adds 35 minutes of extras, including additional interviews and deleted scenes to an already incredibly intimate and comprehensive portrait of the Foo Fighters.
This chronicling of the Foo Fighters’ triumphs and tragedies culminates in an in-depth behind the scenes perspective on the making of the new album: a process in which the band pushed itself forward by going fully back to basics and recording in Grohl’s garage completely on analog tape. No computers, no software – just a band recording an album to tape in a garage. The new record also marks the Foos’ first full-length effort with legendary producer Butch Vig, with whom Grohl worked on Nirvana’s classic album, Nevermind. Former Nirvana member Krist Novoselic also returns, along with other surprise guest artists.