Though Foo Fighters‘ new horror-comedy Studio 666 is loosely primarily based on the band recording their tenth album, Drugs At Midnight, there’s one enormous element that’s fully fictitious: Dave Grohl would by no means depart Foo Fighters to go solo.
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Studio 666 finds Foo Fighters in a haunted home whereas recording their tenth studio album. Whereas there, Grohl turns into possessed by a demon and murders his bandmates so he can go solo.
Grohl just lately spoke to Sky Information in regards to the prospect of going solo in actual life. “The premise relies on a number of actually hilarious rock ‘n’ roll cliches and stereotypes, proper? The lead singer that wishes to go solo and is at a inventive warfare together with his personal band — and a few lead singers do precisely that. That’s one thing I might by no means want to do as a result of I truly like being within the Foo Fighters.”
And whereas the film model of Grohl is a little bit of a devilish diva whereas recording, the real-life rock star is nothing of the type.
“Within the film, I’ve author’s block, and I begin shedding my thoughts, and we now have these loopy, screaming, murderous arguments whereas we’re making the album. And once we make Foo Fighters information, actually, we stroll into the studio, we often have an excessive amount of materials and we spend a few weeks, a few months, simply form of taking part in our devices and laughing hysterically… we nonetheless take pleasure in what we do and one another.”
Studio 666 is now taking part in in theaters.