Dave Grohl stated he’d as soon as thought up a plan to stage a faux Foo Fighters cut up, as a way to promote a future album.
Though it was by no means put into motion, the scheme concerned all six musicians publishing their very own memoirs.
“I had a ridiculous thought a number of years in the past that earlier than the discharge of one among our information we’d every write a biography wherein we’d every discuss shit in regards to the different members,” Grohl informed the Solar in a brand new interview. “They’d all come out the identical day after which we’d have a press convention saying that after studying every others’ books we’d determined all of us hated one another and had been breaking apart.” He continued: “After which the thought was a few weeks later we’d announce the Reunion Tour only for a joke. We didn’t do it, however I assumed it was a humorous plan.”
On the theme of real-life splits, he noticed: “It’s superb that we’ve by no means come near quitting – however I’ve acquired one piece of recommendation, a lesson for each band on this planet: Don’t say you’re going to interrupt up. For those who’re going to interrupt up, simply break up. And when you break up – keep damaged up.”
Certainly one of Grohl’s loopy notions that did come to fruition is the upcoming comedy-horror film Studio 666, primarily based on the band’s expertise of recording their most up-to-date album Medication at Midnight in a home he believed was haunted. “Truly, the entire undertaking was type of an accident,” he defined. “It was a type of concepts I had, which I threw on the market, after which my supervisor and our crew – who’ve labored with me for thus lengthy – simply acquired on with placing issues in movement for me. I’m all the time moaning about being too busy, after which they are saying, ‘Er, this was your thought, you requested us for it; no person made you.’ So it was a type of. You may ask, ‘Why?’ however for me, I suppose the query is, ‘Why not?’”
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