New Bush Album
2014-04-02 by AaronBatt | 26 Comments

Alt-rockers Bush are currently laying down tracks for their as-yet untitled new album in Dave Grohl's recording studio Studio 606. The band is working with producer Nick Raskulinecz, best known for his work with Foo Fighters, Alice In Chains, Rush, and Deftones etc.

Read the official announcement here: http://bushofficial.com/?page=news_item&NewsID=3765647620946&item_type=new s&category=&last_page=home

Bush debuted two new songs on tour last year, titled "This House Is On Fire" & "Loneliness Is A Killer."

Hear "This House Is On Fire" here:


"Loneliness Is A Killer" can be heard here:


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skoopy48
April 2nd 2014

1477 Comments


I like 1 or 2 songs off of each of their albums but overall they're pretty meh.

YoYoMancuso
April 2nd 2014

11000 Comments


why

WhiteNoise
April 2nd 2014

3098 Comments


DON'T LET THE DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYS GO BY

freedomofspeechnoway
April 2nd 2014

413 Comments


why


I'm not sure, but whatever the reason, it's likely to be better than any reason you have to get up
each day.

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DeathsThread
April 2nd 2014

214 Comments


its funny because this band made a living on ripping off nirvana and now they're recording with Nirvana's drummer

xXHughJanusXx
April 2nd 2014

36 Comments


wow I guess Dave Grohl thinks hes some sort of producer now or something. what a fucking pretentious little shit

Green Baron
April 2nd 2014

19383 Comments


They have some good singles off their first album and their latest but also got their fair share of
crappy songs

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freedomofspeechnoway
April 2nd 2014

413 Comments


its funny because this band made a living on ripping off nirvana and now they're recording with Nirvana's drummer


That's one of the most ill-conceived comparisons I've seen in a while. I can't think of a single song from either band that sounds similar enough at all to make that comment.

zakalwe
April 2nd 2014

7367 Comments


Hey that Seattle music has been really big, it's obviously something that can be exploited because it's been turned into a commodity.

Roll up these fuckers.

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StallionMang
April 2nd 2014

5409 Comments


Ugh these guys haven't been passable in 20 years

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ExcentrifugalForz
April 2nd 2014

1702 Comments


a little surprising, I didn't think the Foos and Bush liked each other.

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YoYoMancuso
April 2nd 2014

11000 Comments


"I'm not sure, but whatever the reason, it's likely to be better than any reason you have to get up
each day."

"That's one of the most ill-conceived comparisons I've seen in a while. I can't think of a single song from either band that sounds similar enough at all to make that comment. "


You must really like Bush.

joesmoe4000
April 2nd 2014

369 Comments


gavin should have called it quits after ss

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ScuroFantasma
April 2nd 2014

1495 Comments


There debut was pretty good, probably won't check this out though

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MuhNamesTyler
April 3rd 2014

3836 Comments


Lol @ YoYo

Used to think Gavin's voice sounded cool, pretty much no chance I'll listen to this on purpose though

someguest
April 3rd 2014

20393 Comments


I really like bush.

MuhNamesTyler
April 3rd 2014

3836 Comments


I like hiding in bushes...and watching unsuspecting strangers. I like to see how close I can get to them

someguest
April 3rd 2014

20393 Comments


Wrong bush, man.

tempest--
April 3rd 2014

13144 Comments


EVERYTHING ZEN EVERYTHING ZEN I DON'T THINK SO

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someguest
April 3rd 2014

20393 Comments


worst butt rock band for me

it's like kurt cobain if he had 10 butt plugs up his ass at all times

MuhNamesTyler
April 3rd 2014

3836 Comments


Damn 10 butt plugs is pretty legit though

tempest--
April 3rd 2014

13144 Comments


wtf those two dudes ripping Grohl where does it say anything about him having any part in this album

they're recording it in his studio not fuckin having him drum for them jesus

Libertarian
April 3rd 2014

84 Comments


Sixteen Stone was so fucking good. Sadly, I never cared for anything they released after that. How do you release an album that good and never again?

joesmoe4000
April 4th 2014

369 Comments


i agree probably one of the best 90's post-grunge albums a shame everything else they did was meh at
best.

RogueNine
April 4th 2014

1224 Comments


Album will deliver and disappoint at the same time.

AaronBatt
April 5th 2014

113 Comments


I saw Bush at a radio festival last year, and they played "Loneliness Is A Killer." I like it. Of course I saw Alice In Chains at the same show for the 1st time and pretty much forgot about Bush until later that week.



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