Foo Fighters will begin recording the follow up to 1999's, There Is Nothing Left to Lose next month in Dave Grohl's home studio space in the state where radar detectors are illegal, Virginia. Two cuts which are expected to make the grade are "Halo" and "Knucklehead", a pair of joints that were road tested and audience approved during the band's gigs earlier this year. Drummer Taylor Hawkins has been released from a London hospital where he has been "vacationing" since August 20 for an "overindulgence" of the "good stuff". The fourth album from the Foos should fly in Spring of 2002. Look for a new Foo Fighters single on the Out Cold movie soundtrack titled, "Win or Lose". Grohl will also release his heavy metal side project debut, Probot, in the Spring of 2002 as well.