The font that is used in the Foo Fighters logo is a typeface by the name of Boxer Script JF. It was designed by the well known font designer Jason Walcott in 1997. The font was officially published by Jukebox Type which is an American font foundry.
The Foo Fighters font uses a cursive style, that has an aesthetic look and feel, while still maintaining a high degree of legibility. The font was used on the album cover of their studio album titled The Colour and the Shape, which was recorded at Bear Creek (Washington) and released to the general public on 20th May 1997.
Foo Fighters is an alternative rock band that gained popularity in the late 90s and all throughout the first decade of the 2000s. The band was formed by Nirvana’s former drummer Dave Grohl in Seattle, Washington, in 1994. The name Foo Fighters was adapted from a popular nickname given to UFOs flying side-by-side with military aircraft. They won multiple 12 Grammy awards. They’re also the recipient of four Brit Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, and an American Music Award.