While preparing their tenth album, ‘Studio 666’, the Foo Fighters have experienced possessions and encounters with terrifying supernatural entities. Or, at least, that is what they will tell us in the first film starring the band, which will be called the same as their next album, ‘Studio 666’.
The group led by Dave Grohl, former Nirvana drummerrecorded what will be their next album in a mansion in Encino, California, and the band members soon began to notice strange things. The instruments went out of tune, the recorded tracks mysteriously disappeared, indecipherable psychophonies…
“It got to the point where I brought one of those baby cameras that I still had around the house from when my kids slept in their cribs,” Grohl said. “I set it up overnight so we could see if anyone was there or if someone was coming to screw us over. At first, nothing. And just when we thought we were ridiculous and crazy, we started seeing things on camera that we couldn’t explain.”
What did they catch? It seems we will never know. “Then when we learned about the history of the house, I had to sign a fucking nondisclosure agreement with the owner because he’s trying to sell the place.. So I can’t reveal what happened there in the past, but these multiple occurrences in a short period of time made us finish the album as fast as we could.”
However, these paranormal events inspired the Foo Fighters to plan what will be their first moviea tribute to the horror movies of the eighties that will take place during the recording of the album in that same mansion.
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The wild trailer for ‘Studio 666’ shows us how Dave Grohl is possessed by a demonic entity during the recording of the next Foo Fighters album and begins to kill his companions. “You’re welcome, music”, comments the leader of the group while beheading the drummer taylor hawkins with a saucer. ‘Studio 666’ promises blood, violence, bad milk, terror and, above all, rock. a lot of rock
‘Studio 666’ has been directed by BJ McDonnell (‘Hatchet III’) and stars the members of the band Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett, and Rami Jaffee. The cast is completed Whitney Cummings, Will Forte, Jenna Ortega, Leslie Grossman, and Jeff Garlin.
The Foo Fighters They serve as executive producers of the feature along with Wes Hagan, James Masciello, Tom Ortenberg, Matthew Sidari, John Silva, Gaby Skolnek, Kristen Welsh and Mitchell Zhang.
‘Studio 666’ will be released in North American theaters this week, the February 25but there is still no confirmed date for his arrival in Spain.
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